Task Force Arrests 12 In Aberdeen Raid

Police beat

September 29, 1991

The county Joint Narcotics Task Force said its members broke up a cocaine ring in Aberdeen Thursday night alleged to have used juveniles to make deliveries.

Members of the Sheriff's Office and Aberdeen town police arrested six adults and six juveniles during raids at two apartments in Perrywood Gardens.

Police said those arrested included local dealers, juvenile couriers and three people alleged to have been supplying cocaine brought in from Philadelphia,

During the 7:45 p.m. raids, police said they recovered 83 grams of cocaine with an estimated street value of $4,800, 3 grams of crack cocaine worth about $300, $818 in cash and a semiautomatic handgun.

The arrests followed an undercover investigation that began with a tip that the apartments were being used to store and sell drugs.

All of those arrested were charged with possessionof cocaine with intent to distribute, police said. They include:

* Krista Lynn Waltemeyer, 20, of the 200 block of Mayberry Drive, Aberdeen

* Mikal Anthony Wise, 21, of Philadelphia and the 200 block of Mayberry Drive, Aberdeen

* Henry Albert Turner, 52, of the 200 block of Mayberry Drive, Aberdeen

* Darrell Brown, 25, of the 100 block of Hamilton Place, Aberdeen.

Also arrested were Diane Rochelle Harrison, 19, and John Wells, 20, of Philadelphia.

Two of the juveniles were released to parents; the others were held at the Charles Hickie School for Boys in Baltimore County.


Harford County Crime Solvers is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and indictment of those responsible for starting a fire at the Ames Department Store in Havre de Grace.

The fire on Sept. 21 caused $40,000 damage to the rear of the store. A trash compactor was set ablaze.

Police said witnesses saw three white, teen-age males running toward a trailer park behind the store at about the time of blaze.

Anyone with information is asked to call the crime solvers hot line at 877-STOP.

Crimes county police agencies say they investigated this week include:


1500 block of Philadelphia Boulevard: Sheriff's Office reported Sept. 17 that someone broke into a moving van and stole glassware, a freezer, china, furniture, knickknacks and carpeting. Total loss: $520.


100 block of Waldon Road: Sheriff's Office reported Sept. 18 that someone broke into a car and stole stereo speakers and a cassette tape. Total loss: $699.

300 block of Delmar Court: Sheriff's Office reported Sept. 18 that someone broke into a home and stole a refrigerator. Total loss: $400.

Bel Air

2000 block of Churchville Road: Sheriff's Office reported the theft Sept. 18 of four antique crocks and two jugs worth $210.

600 block of Bel Air Parkway: Sheriff's Office reported the theft Sept. 5 of baseball cards worth $401.

Havre de Grace

4000 block of Gravel Hill Road: Sheriff's Office reported Sept. 18 that someone filled a well boring with rocks. Total loss: $2,000.

600 block of Country Club Road: Sheriff's Office reported the theft Sept. 18 of an outboard motor, boatoars and boat seat. Total loss: $1,575.


Whiteford Quarry: Sheriff's Office reported Sept. 13 that the scuba unit recovered a 1965 Chevrolet while conducting a training dive. The car, reported stolen from Baltimore County, was valued at $3,500.

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