2 Men Arrested For Stealing Soccer Goals in Md.
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FALLSTON, Md. — The Harford County Sheriff’s Office has arrested two men deputies say stole soccer goals from a county recreation complex to sell for scrap.
Deputies went to a home in Fallston shortly before noon Wednesday and say they saw cut-up pieces of soccer goals in the back of a pickup truck. Authorities say the four goals were stolen from the Harford County Parks and Recreation Reckord Road Complex. Each of the goals is worth about $1,200.
Twenty-three-year-old Paul Edward Brown and 41-year-old Clarence Andrew Kahl Jr., both of Baltimore, were arrested and charged with theft and malicious destruction of property.
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