6-month Drug Probe Leads To 11 Warrants

Police Beat

March 20, 1992

County police narcotic detectives have issued warrants for a 11 people after a six-month undercover drug operation.

Five undercover officers bought drugs from the suspects in the Valley Brooke apartment complex in Glen Burnie, Freetown Village in Pasadena, the Robinwood and Bywater communities and the Severn and Odenton areas.

Police have issued warrants charging the following people with distribution of cocaine:

Harold Lovell Johnson, 26, of the 1800 block of Copeland Street in Annapolis.

Carlos Lee Evan, 29, of the 1200 block of Stonewood Drive in Annapolis.

Edwin Marlow Boyd, 19, ofthe 1800 block of Whiton Court in Annapolis.

Eric Leroy Hall, 24,of no fixed address.

Clarence Ellwood Hall, 33, of the 7800 blockof Freetown Road in Glen Burnie.

Franklin Roosevelt Pack Jr., 21,of the 200 block of Whitaker Road in Pasadena.

Rosemary Wilson, 36, of the 1800 block of Richfield Drive in Severn.

Damon Larry Beavers, 36, of the 1300 block of Tyler Avenue in Annapolis.

Anthony Marcellus Johnson, 26, of the 1900 block of Copeland Street in Annapolis.

William Sherwood Evans, 25, of the 7900 block of Vintage Circle in Glen Burnie.

Dennis Lee Kerns, 32, of the no fixed address, is wanted on conspiracy to distribute cocaine charges, police said.

The following people already have been arrested:

Charles WilbertPowell III, 29, of the 300 block of Kess Circle in Pasadena, and Jimmie Lee Brown, 41, of the 6400 block of Lamplighter Ridge in Glen Burnie. They were both charged with distribution of cocaine, police said.

Anyone with any information about the wanted suspects should call county police at 222-6006. All information is confidential.

HOOKER CRACKDOWN CONTINUES IN CAPITAL

A police officer posing as a prostitute arrested a man on a solicitation charge Wednesday night in a continuing crackdown on prostitution in Annapolis.

James A. Elliott, 47, of the 1200 block of Crows Nest Court, was charged with soliciting prostitution, Annapolis city police said.

An undercover officer reported that she approached a man in a car shortly before 8 p.m. after noticed him lingering on West Street near Lafayette Avenue. The driver offered to pay $10 for a "quickie," police said.

When arrested, police said, the man complained that it was "embarrassing" becausehe was "on his way to Bible class."

Earlier this week, Annapolis police arrested a woman on charges of prostitution. Police have been stepping up their patrols of West Street since residents and businessowners complained about an increase in prostitution.

GUNMAN ROBS ANNAPOLIS BANK

A gunman robbed an Annapolis bank Wednesday, county police reported.

Detectives said the gunman walked into the Bank of Baltimore in Forest Plaza on Forest Drive at 2:45 p.m. He demanded that the teller give him $100 bills.

When she told the gunman that she did not have any $100 bills, he settled for a stack of $20 bills, police said.

The teller described the gunman as a white man, about30, 5-foot-6, weighing 140 pounds. He had shoulder-length brown hairand was wearing a gray hat, white scarf and black sunglasses.

DETECTIVES SEIZE $4,000 IN CRACK

Narcotics detectives confiscated $4,000in crack cocaine after they searched a Freetown Village home Wednesday night.

Ronnette Cook, 25, of the 1300 block of Shirleyville Road in Arnold and Pamela Marshall, 24, of no fixed address, were charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine, police said.

Bryan Johnson, 20, of no fixed address, was charged with possession of paraphernalia.

Police served the warrant at 7800 block of Willing Court at 11:30 p.m. They also seized $723.

PASADENA MAN FACES ASSAULT CHARGE

A Pasadena man was charged with assault with intent to murder after a domestic argument early yesterday morning.

David Troy Bryan, 31, of the 300 block of Magothy Bridge Road, was arrested after he turned himself in to officers after the 12:30 a.m. incident, police said.

According to the police report, Bryan came home in a taxi and had the driver wait outside. He went into the house and beganarguing with John Albert Pollard, his stepfather, police said.

During the argument, Pollard was stabbed, police said.

Pollard was in stable condition yesterday at University of Maryland Medical Center.

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