Police Find 4 Pounds Of Marijuana At Hotel

Police beat

August 01, 1991

Two West Virginia residents have been charged with possession of marijuana after police confiscated about 4 pounds of marijuana from a hotel room in Mayo.

Police said they served a search warrant Tuesdayin a room at the Riverboat Motel in the 800 block of Mayo Road and found the freshly harvested plants.

Raymond Aaron Groves, 42, and Cheryl Lynn Ouellette, 29, both of Cleveland, W.Va., were also charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana, police said.


An Annapolis man has been charged with assault with intent to murder after police said he beat his girlfriend Tuesday.

Edward Campbell, 23, of the 2500 block Riva Road, also was charged with reckless endangerment, child abuse and two counts of battery.

Police saidofficers were called to the 2500 block of Riva Road for a fight. Theofficers found the woman in the pool house with a bloody face, crying and complaining of chest and stomach pains. The woman told the officers her boyfriend had been drinking and kicked her several times andhit her son.

About 40 minutes later, police received a call from neighbors that Campbell had returned to his apartment, police arrested him there.


A Glen Burnie manwas cut in the arm during a fight with another man early yesterday morning.

County police said Carl Wayen Merrill Jr., 22, of the first block Stevens Road, was receiving threatening phone calls about a broken window at the home of Arthur Pendelton Hall, 22, of the 200 block Shana Road in Glen Burnie.

When Merrill went to Hall's home at about 4:44 a.m., a fight broke out and police said Hall picked up a piece of glass and cut Merrill's arm.

Hall was charged with assaultwith intent to maim, police said.


The following break-ins have been reported to county police:

Brooklyn Park:

5300 block ofBrookwood Road: July 30, entry gained through door. Unknown propertytaken.


1400 block of Crofton Parkway: July 28, entry gained through window. Tools taken. Loss: $850.

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