Annapolis Hotel Raid Yields Four Arrests

Police beat

April 23, 1991

Four people, including three teen-agers, were charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine after police seized 47 grams of crack cocaine and $1,000 from an Annapolis hotel Sunday.

Eugene Collah Wheeler, 21, of Brooklyn, N.Y., a 16-year-old boy from Brooklyn, N.Y., a 17-year-old Washington boy and a 17-year-old girl from Brooklyn, N.Y., were arrested after employees from the hotel told police they thought people in the hotel were dealing drugs.

Police would not name the hotel. The employees told investigatorsthat Wheeler had registered for two rooms, paid for them in cash, and seemed to have much more cash.

Police said that shortly after Wheeler checked in Sunday morning, several people would go to the rooms, stay there for a few minutes and then leave. At about 8 p.m., county and city police served the search warrant.

Wheeler was being held yesterday at the county Detention Center on a $75,000 bond. The teen-agers were being held by the county Department of Social Services.


Two people were charged withsex offenses after county police said they assaulted two officers Friday in separate incidents in Friendship Park.

Stephen Mark Marriner, 46, of the 500 block of Melrose Lane in Severna Park, and Joaquin Alvarez-Dominquez, 30, of Baltimore, were charged with a fourth-degree sex offense.

Police said a detective was working undercover in the Glen Burnie park when he was approached by a man who asked him towalk back into the woods. Once there, the man sexually assaulted thedetective, police said.

In the second incident, police said a detective was sitting in his unmarked car when a man walked up and started talking to him.

Police said the man asked to get in the car, and once inside, he sexually assaulted the detective.

Police have received several complaints about sex acts in the park and have made five arrests since March 28.


A 27-year-old man was in serious but stable condition yesterday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center at University Hospital in Baltimore after being hit by a car Sunday on Annapolis Road.

Police said Jose Luna, of San Antonio was drunk and walking east on Annapolis Road at about 2a.m. When he spotted a car, he started hitchhiking and stepped into the road.

The driver of the car failed to see him and hit him, police said.

The driver has not been charged.


A Crofton man was in critical condition yesterday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center at University Hospital in Baltimore, recovering from a gunshot wound and injuries he received when he crashed his car into the porch of a house.

Police said Joseph Thomas Doyle, 22, of the 1700 block of Urby Drive, drove his 1986 Dodge Colt through some bushes and into the porch of a house in the 1700 block of Carry Place Saturday at 2:30 a.m.

Police found him unconscious in the car with a bullet hole in his wrist. They found a .357-caliber handgun and one bullet casing in the car.


A 28-year-old Crownsville woman told police she was raped Thursday night by a man she was driving to a nearby bar.

Police said the man asked the woman to drive him to the bar since he was too drunk to drive himself. When they arrived at Route 178 and Sherwood Forest Road, the man asked her to stop the car and talk about a job hewanted to offer her, police said.

He hit her in the face and forced her to have sex with him, police said.

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