Two Charged, Cocaine And Heroin Seized

Police beat

November 28, 1991

County police narcotics investigators confiscated more than 400 grams of cocaine and five grams of heroin from two passengers Tuesday at the BWI Amtrak station.

Members of the Narcotics Interdiction Unitwere working at the station in Linthicum at about 7 p.m. when they saw two men get off a train from New York.

They began talking to the men separately and asked to search their bags. The detectives found 491.4 grams of cocaine in a bag belonging to one of the men. Police also confiscated 10 separate packages of heroin that they say the second man tried to throw to the ground.

Kylie Chambers, 20, of the 2300 block of Riggs Avenue in Baltimore was charged with possession of cocaine, transporting cocaine into the state and possession with intent to distribute cocaine, police said. George Green Jr., 48, of the first block of Clay Street in Annapolis, faces the same charges. He also was charged with possession with intent to distribute heroin.

Detectives also confiscated $103 from Green and $153 from Chambers.

The total street value of the drugs is $49,640, investigators said.


A Glen Burnie man was robbed Tuesday evening by a gunman who snatched $185 from his hands, county police said.

According to the police report,

the man was leaving a gas station on Mountain Road near Hog Neck Road when the gunman walked up to him and grabbed the money.

The gunman was last seen running on Hog Neck Road. He was described asa black man, about 6 feet tall, and wearing dark clothing.


A man armed with a butcher knife robbed a 24-year-old woman Sunday outside the Glen Burnie Mall, county police said.

At about 1:30 p.m., the woman was getting out of her car in the parking lot when she noticed a light blue pickup truck parked next to her, police said.

The driver of the truck got out and walked up to her. He pulled a large butcher knife out of his coat and told her to give him her purse.

The bandit told her he would hurt her if she did not turn over her purse. He started searching her pantspockets and found $160. He took the money and then left in his truck, police said.

Police described the robber as a white man, about 5feet 7 inches tall, 130 pounds with a thin build. He was wearing a black plaid shirt and blue jeans with a hole in the knee.

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

Brooklyn Park:

200 block of Shenandoah Avenue: Nov. 25, entry gained through thewindow. Nothing taken.

Glen Burnie:

300 block of Canterbury Court: Nov. 25, entry gained through the window. Nothing taken.

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