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December 06, 1990

POLICE CHARGE MAN LINKED TO SHOOTING

Annapolis police have charged a 42-year-old man as an accessory to a robbery that led to a shooting last week on Clay Street.

Edward William Spencer, of the 100 block Obery Court, was arrested at his home about 9 p.m. Tuesday night.

Police say Spencer lured Clarence Chisley, 18, to the College Creek Terrance area about 6 p.m. Nov. 28. They met with two other people, who, police say, robbed Chisley and shot him in the back as he ran way.

Spencer was being held yesterday in the County Detention Center on a $50,000 bond.

Police are still searching for the other suspects.

2 MEN FACE CHARGES OF PCP POSSESSION

County police have charged two men with possession of PCP after a traffic stop Sunday in Glen Burnie.

Ronnie Winston Workman, 31, of the 1300 block Nursery Road in Linthicum, and Anthony Michael Martinoli, 24, of the 200 block Popular Avenue, also were charged with possession with intent to distribute PCP and possession of paraphernalia.

The police said Officer James Meyer was on patrol about 1 p.m. in the area of Crainmont Drive when he saw a van traveling on the wrong side of the street.

He stopped the car and found that the driver's speech was very slurred.

As he was talking to the driver, he noticed that the passenger in the car was trying to hide something.

The officer searched both men and the van and found a bag of PCP, two canisters of PCP, 13 bags with PCP residue and a jar of parsley flakes.

5 AT A BAR ACCUSED OF HAVING MARIJUANA

Five people were charged Thursday with possession of marijuana by an officer working drug surveillance outside a Pasadena bar.

Officer Luther Merritt was working surveillance about 11 p.m. outside the Network Lounge on Fort Smallwood Road when he saw five men in a car passing a pipe back and fourth.

Merritt approached the car and when one of the men rolled the window down, he could smell the marijuana.

Merritt searched all the men and found a $25 bag of marijuana in the pants of one of them.

A compilation of some of the crimes reported to Anne Arundel County police and state police:

Crofton:

1700 block of Urby Drive: Dec. 2, entry gained through the window. Nothing taken.

1700 block Ullswater Place: Dec. 2. Nothing taken.

Crownsville:

1300 block of Fairfield Loop Road: Dec. 3, entry gained through the door.

Unknown property taken.

Hanover:

7300 block of Afton Drive: Nov. 3, entry gained through the front door.

Jewelry taken. Total loss: $500.

Laurel:

8110 Brock Bridge Road: Oct. 3, entry gained through the front door. Tools taken. Total loss: $635.

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