2 Men Arrested On Drugs Charge

Police Beat

March 01, 1992

County police have charged two men with possession of PCP with intent to distribute after officers saw a car stopped on the shoulder of Route 2 Thursday night.

Police said an officer on patrol near Edgewater saw a car stopped at about 11 p.m.

The officer asked the driver and a passenger in the car if they needed help.

The driver got out of the car and staggered toward theofficer.

The officer searched the car and found the PCP in a small canister, police said.

Ronald Jeffrey Vaughan, 30, of the 3700 block of Bay Drive in Mayo, and Dennis Eugene Railey, 38, were taken to Southern District station to be charged.

$5,600 IN COCAINECONFISCATED AT STATION

Narcotics detectives intercepted 56 grams of cocainethat were brought into the state through the BWI Amtrak station Thursday.

At about 12:45 p.m., detectives working at the Linthicum station saw two men emerge from a train that had arrived from New Jersey.

The detectives followed the pair into a bathroom and caught themtrying to hide the cocaine in a trash can, police said.

Kerry Bethea, 22, of the 6100 block of Turnabout Lane in Columbia, and TimothyRicks, 24, of the 300 block Ellis Avenue in Irvington, N.J., were charged with bringing cocaine into the state and possession with intentto distribute.

The cocaine, which was packaged in 104 individual bags and 15 vials, was worth about $5,600.

Lothian:

5500 block of Southern Maryland Boulevard: Feb. 25, entry gained through the door. Television taken. Total loss: $200.

Pasadena:

200 block of Carvel Road: Feb. 27, entry gained through the door. Handgun taken. Total loss: $50.

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