Four people have been charged with possession of cocaine with intentto distribute as a result of a police raid on two houses in AberdeenWednesday.
The raids were conducted by the Harford County Joint Narcotics Task Force.
DeWayne Curry, a spokesman for the Harford County Sheriff's Office, said 2 grams of cocaine, with an estimated street value of $200, were seized in the raid.
The houses were in the 400 block of Elmhurst St. and the 300 block of James St., said police.
Curry said thefour men arrested were 34-year-old Albert Ross Barnes Jr., 18-year-old Harold Blumie III, 29-year-old Derek Lamont Lloyd and 58-year-old Douglas Virgil Johnson.
Curry said Barnes, of Aberdeen, was being held on $5,000 bond at the Harford County Detention Center Friday; Blumie, of Edgewood, was released on his own recognizance; Lloyd, of Aberdeen, was released on his own recognizance; and Johnson, of Aberdeen, was released on a $15,000 unsecured bond.
The following is a compilation of some of the crimes police reported investigating last week:
Unit block of Nanticoke Court: A construction company reported the theft March 19 of a generator, air compressor and other tools from a trailer on a construction site.
300 block of Sunray Court: A French door, valued at $900, was stolen from a construction site March 19.
1100 block of Baltimore Pike: The county Sheriff's Office investigated a March 19 theft of an antique hutch worth $500 from a Bel Air home.
Unit block of Huntington Place: A tennis racket worth $225 was reported stolen March 18.
100 block of Glenville Road: The county Sheriff's Office investigated the theft of steel doors and insulation from a construction site March 16. The items were valued at $1,700.
2300 block of Glen Cove Road: Two boats were damaged, and two boat motors, worth $9,885, were stolen March 18.
1600 block of Whiteford Road: A business reported the theft of chain saws, a drill, portable pump and a portable generator March 18. The stolen items were valued at $3,920.32.
2300 block of Willoughby Beach Road:The county Sheriff's Office investigated a complaint of malicious destruction to a vehicle Feb. 14. Damage was estimated at $300.