Aberdeen man dies after being arrestedA 22-year-old man...

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August 02, 1992

Aberdeen man dies after being arrested

A 22-year-old man suffered an apparent heart attack and died Friday morning after police arrested him at an Aberdeen home on assault and malicious destruction charges, police said.

A resident of the 300 block of South Drive in Aberdeen called police at 5:09 a.m. to report that David Carnell Ransome had become violent after using drugs, according to Aberdeen police.

When police arrived, the man became belligerent, destroying furniture and threatening the officers, the report said.

After he was handcuffed, Mr. Ransome went into cardiac arrest, police said.

Mr. Ransome was taken to Harford Memorial Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

An autopsy was scheduled to determine the cause of death.

Man, 54, accused of producing drugs

A Fallston man was arrested and charged with manufacturing marijuana after $6,000 worth of the drug was seized in a raid on a Fallston home Tuesday, police said.

William Theodore Bystry, 54, of the 500 block of Beechcroft Drive in Fallston, was released on his own recognizance.

DeWayne Curry, Harford County Sheriff's Office spokesman, said undercover officers seized 13 marijuana plants, four jars of dried marijuana, marijuana paraphernalia and a 25-caliber handgun from the Beechcroft Drive residence.

The raid resulted from a 30-day investigation, police said.

Bel Air

Harford Mall: Radar detector, watch, compact discs and miscellaneous clothing were stolen from an automobile, whose door lock was damaged July 21. Total loss estimated at $780.

Churchville

3000 block of Churchville Road: A wallet containing $1,500 was stolen from an automobile July 20.

Edgewood

Invitation Inn, Edgewood Road: A 1988 Oldsmobile was stolen July 25. Car and contents, including cash, clothing and luggage, were valued at $4,835.

Street

3200 block of Sandy Hook Road: Tackle boxes, lures and rods were stolen and a 1986 Bayliner was damaged July 24. Total loss was estimated at $1,680.

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