Police charge two with distribution
Two Baltimore County men have been arrested on drug possession and distribution charges following an 18-month police investigation into cocaine trafficking.
The Harford County Joint Narcotics Task Force and state police made the arrests in raids on two Baltimore County homes and a business June 25.
Clayton Marchelle Henson, 25, of Barkdoll Court in Rossville, was charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession of cocaine and conspiracy, police said. Bruce Alton Cook, 39, of Gremecy Park Road in Kingsville, was charged with conspiracy to distribute cocaine, conspiracy to possess cocaine and conspiracy to violate controlled dangerous substance laws, police said.
Harford County Sheriff's Office spokesman DeWayne Curry said eight ounces of cocaine, four ounces of marijuana, three handguns and an undisclosed amount of money were seized at the Kingsville and Rossville addresses in the raids.
Heroin deal thwarted last week, police say
Three Baltimore men were arrested and $7,100 worth of heroin was seized by members of the Harford County Joint Narcotics Task Force when an alleged drug deal was interrupted by police Monday in the Edgewood Shopping Center, police said.
Charged with possession with intent to distribute heroin were Nathan Lamont Dance, 24, Kevin Wilkinson, 26, and David James Karn, 35, said DeWayne Curry, a spokesman for the Harford County Sheriff's Office.
Mr. Dance also was charged with felony theft and was being held Friday in the Harford County Detention Center on $35,000 bond. Mr. Wilkinson and Mr. Karn were being held on $10,000 bond each. Officer Curry said police acted on an anonymous tip.
Joppa man arrested in narcotics raid
A 25-year-old Joppa man has been charged with intent to distribute marijuana following a June 22 raid by the Harford County Joint Narcotics Task Force, a police spokesman said.
William Curtis Winkler, charged with intent to distribute marijuana, was released on $5,000 bond, said county Sheriff's Office spokesman DeWayne Curry. Police seized 12 ounces of the drug, with an estimated street value of $1,800, from Winkler's home in the 400 block of Enfield Road, he said.