Doctor Charged With Possession

Police beat

August 27, 1991

County police have charged a doctor at Harbor Hospital Center in Baltimore with possession of marijuana after police said they found the drug in his home Friday.

Police said postal inspectors discovered an ounce of marijuana being delivered through the mail. The inspectors notified police, who served a search warrant at an apartment in the300 block of Gatewater Court in Glen Burnie.

While searching the house, they found the drug, which had been delivered through the mail, as well as about five marijuana plants growing in the closet in the master bedroom, police said.

Glen David Herman, 34, of the 300 block of Gatewater Court, was arrested during the search. Police said he is a doctor at Harbor Hospital Center.

His wife, Eileen Hamilton Herman, 33, a doctor at the same hospital, is expected to be charged, police said.


County police charged an Arnold woman with possession of PCP on Thursday.

Police said officers were called to Route 648 near Joyce Lane at about 2:43 a.m. following complaints of a woman running around the neighborhood. When officers confronted the woman, she threw her purse into a wooded area. Police said they retrieved the purse and found a vial of PCP.

Jennifer Maria Noss, 30, of the 1300 block of Ritchie Highway, was charged at Eastern District Station.


Two women were arrested on drug charges after Annapolis police said they found PCP during a traffic stop Friday night on Main Street.

An officer who stopped the car about 11:15 p.m. because its headlights were out spotted a bronze pipe between the front seats and bright green flakes on the driver's leg, police said.

A search of the car turned up a film canister containing the drug, police said.

Monica L. Ivy, 33, of the 1600 block of Havre de Grace Drive in Edgewater and Laura L. Pillman, 31, of Greenbelt were arrested and charged with PCP possession.


Several employees of the Dutch Farmer's Market in Annapolis retrieved a purse Thursday that had been snatched from a woman in the parking lot of the Annapolis Harbor Shopping Center,police said.

Investigators said the woman was walking to her car in the parking lot of the Route 2 shopping center when a man grabbed her purse. Employees trying to catch the man lost him but found the purse lying on the ground nearby.

A few minutes later, police founda man outside the Sears store at Parole Plaza who matched the description of the robber. Police brought the man to Harbor Shopping Center, where the woman identified him as the robber.

Wallace Winfield Williams, 18, of the first block of Pleasant Street, was charged with robbery and assault and battery.


Shotgun fire rang out in an Annapolis subsidized housing complex early Sunday, city police reported.

Officers patrolling Betsy Court in the Woodside Gardens complex heard five shotgun blasts about 2:15 a.m. Sunday. They recovered five spent shells on the ground in the 700 block of Newtowne Drive.

Police found no one injured at thescene but say a nearby resident, 24-year-old Ramardo T. Hunt, was treated later at Anne Arundel Medical Center for shotgun pellet wounds and released. Hunt of the 200 block of Boxwood Road refused to answerofficers' questions, police said.

Police are looking for a 5-foot-10 black male who was wearing a blue jacket with red sleeves.

About a block away, police also investigated reports of gunfire in the 800 block of Brooke Court early Monday.

Residents told police they heard the shots about 12:20 a.m. Police, who found no bullets or shells in the area, searched a suspect but found no weapon or ammunition.


A call from an Eastport man who said he wanted to help free his estranged wife of her heroin addiction led to the arrest of a 31-year-old woman Sunday, police said.

Sharon M. Harrison of no fixed address was arrested about 3:30 a.m. Monday and charged with possession of heroin and a syringe.

A man called police to his home in the 300 of Chesapeake Avenue and told police his estranged wife had been using heroin during a visit to the home. He said he wanted to help get her into treatment to break her addiction.

At the home, police said, officers found heroin in a matchbox and a syringe.


A robber hit a 77-year-old Annapolis cab driver with a metal rod, then made offwith more than $60 in fares Saturday morning, police said.

The robber, who caught the cab on Forest Drive about 8:45 a.m., asked William Jake of the Colonial and Arundel Cab Co. to take him to GreenbriarLane and Belle Drive, police said.

When the cab arrived there, the robber hit Jake with a short metal rod and demanded money, police said. The robber then ran down Belle Drive toward Bywater Road.

Jake was treated at Anne Arundel Medical Center for a cut on the right side of his eye and a possible fractured hand.

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