Jeep Destroyed by Fire in Gotts Garage
Police said the Gotts Garage attendant heard a few "loud pops" before finding the Jeep ablaze on the top floor of the garage.
According to a police report, officers responded to a call at about 2:30 a.m. Monday. The fire department was already on the scene and had the flames under control.
Police said the Jeep is registered to John Sinner, 46, of Queenstown. An officer said Sinner suffered minor burns to his hands.
Police said the garage attendant said he saw Sinner walk into the garage moments before he heard a few "loud pops" come from the upper levels of the garage.
The attendant investigated the noise and told an officer he saw Sinner near his vehicle and that he told him that he had burned his hands, according to the report.
Police said Sinner told an officer he had just returned from Stan and Joe's Saloon and "found it" on fire. There is no indication of how the Jeep caught on fire.
He was transported by ambulance to Anne Arundel Medical Center and treated for his burns.