Task Force Seizes Marijuana, Psilocybin

Police beat

March 08, 1992

The Harford County Joint Narcotics Task force seized 30 pounds of marijuana, worth $66,000, about $11,000 cash and 4 ounces of psilocybin, or psychedelic mushrooms, in separate raids in Harford and Baltimore counties, police said last week.

DeWayne Curry, a spokesman for the Harford County Sheriff's Office, said his department raided two homes on Redfield Road in Bel Air Feb. 24.

The announcement of the seizures was delayed pending a March 2 raid in Baltimore County carried out by state police.

The following crimes were reported to the Harford County Sheriff's Office:

Abingdon

200 block Crosse Point Court: Jewelry worth $1,015 was reported stolen from a house Feb. 24.

Bel Air

1300 block North Fountain Green Road: A cassette player, speakers and an equalizer, worth a total of $640, were stolen from a vehicle parked at C. Milton Wright High School on Feb. 24.

Jarrettsville

4000 block Federal Hill Road: Botts Landscape Service Inc. reported the theft Feb. 24 of a FAX machine, office equipment, refrigerator, stereo, chain saws, a weed-eater, tiller, tools and cleaning products, valued at $5,715.

Joppa

1800 block Mountain Road: Sixteen orange traffic cones, worth $192, were stolen from Mountain Christian School Feb. 25.

1800 block Shirley Avenue: Pressure washer, jewelry, sewing machine, bird housesand water filters stolen from home Feb. 19. Total loss: $3,315.

Street

1300 block Trappe Road: A window was damaged and a VCR and television, worth a total of $1,310, were taken from a home Feb. 23.

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