Police Seize Drugs, Charge Two At Hotel

Police beat

June 05, 1991

CROWNSVILLE — Narcotics detectives seized 17 bags of cocaine worth about $850 and charged two men police said were dealing the drug from a South Countyhotel Sunday.

Hilton John Worrell, 20, of the 4100 block Old Muddy Creek Road in Edgewater, was charged with possession with intent todistribute crack cocaine and David Pyoas, 33, of the 3500 block Cohasset Avenue in Annapolis, was charged with possession of cocaine.

Police said narcotic detectives stopped a Mercedes and found the bags of cocaine in the car.

TWO VIRGINIA MEN ARRESTED AT STATION

Two Virginia men with were charged with narcotics violations after county police said they found cocaine on the men at the Amtrak station in Linthicum.

Alan Craig Barcus, 46, of the 4500 block Venable Avenue in Alexandria, was charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine. George Anthony Zengel, 45, of the 4900 block Seminary Road in Alexandria, was charged with conspiracy to distribute cocaine.

Police said at about 8:30 p.m. Sunday, undercover officers were working at the Amtrak station near BWI Airport when they began negotiations with two men tobuy 2 ounces of cocaine.

After buying the cocaine, the officers arrested the men and seized their 1990 Acura and $2,275 in cash.

SENIOR 'PRANK' SEES EIGHT ARRESTED

Two Northeast HighSchool students and six others were charged with trespassing after police said they caught them in the middle of their annual scavenger hunt early yesterday morning.

"I don't think there is a realty signleft in the Pasadena area," said Sgt. Emerson Davis of the Eastern District station.

The scavengers left about 40 items, including a row boat and a tombstone on the front lawn at the school on Duvall Highway at about 2 a.m.

Emerson said the scavenger hunt seems to be part of a senior prank.

"We have gone through this every year for the last five years," he said. "The problem is everyone and their brother gets involved in it, including people who don't go to the school.Some people like tosteal for the sake of stealing and then attributeit to a prank."

Police arrested the teen-agers after they found them behind the school near two parked cars.

Those students chargedwere: Alston Andrews, 18, of the 7600 block Turnbrook Drive in Glen Burnie; and Joshua Hall, 18, of the 1100 block West Hunter Street in Pasadena.

Travis Isaac, 19, of the 7600 block Turnbrook Drive in Glen Burnie; Charles Eid, 18, of the 1000 block Woodlawn Avenue in Pasadena, and William Eid, 19, of the 7900 block Royal Mint Place in Pasadena, were also charged.

Three juveniles, whose names were not released, also were charged.

DATELINE: Crownsville

1100 block of Chinaberry Lane: May 29, entry gained through the door. Money and other property taken. Loss: $750.

200 block of Long Point Road: May 28, entry gained through the door. Unknown property taken.

DATELINE: Deale

6000 block of Drum Point Road: May 28, entry gained through the door. Halloween masks taken. Loss: Unknown.

DATELINE: Glen Burnie

7600 block of B&A Boulevard: June 3, entry gained through the door. Money taken. Loss: $450.

6900 block of Ritchie Highway: June 3, entry gained through the window. Unknown property taken.

100 block ofWellham Avenue: June 1, entry gained through the window. Appliances taken. Loss: Unknown.

DATELINE: Millersville:

900 block of Indian Landing Road: June 3, entry gained through the window. Jewelry taken.Loss: $900.

8200 block of Brandon Drive: May 27. Jewelry taken. Loss: $2,305.

DATELINE: Odenton

1400 block of Annapolis Road: May 28, entry gained through the door. Books taken. Loss: Unknown.

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