Police seize hashish, arrest 4 in EdgewoodA raid last...

POLICE BEAT

November 15, 1992

Police seize hashish, arrest 4 in Edgewood

A raid last Tuesday at an Edgewood apartment led to four arrests and the seizure of three ounces of hashish and an ounce of marijuana, police said.

Arrested at an apartment in the 600 block of Edgewood Road and charged with intent to distribute hashish were Renee Gail Randolf, 21, Robert Scott Fiesel, 20, and Derek Donovan Garcia, 20.

Christopher Charles Milland, 19, and a 17-year-old jumped from a third-floor balcony as members of the Covert Operation Division of the Harford County Sheriff's Office entered the apartment.

Mr. Milland ran into a wooded area and was arrested last Wednesday on a grand jury indictment on charges of possession with intent to distribute marijuana.

The juvenile, who was not charged, broke a leg in the jump and was treated at Harford Memorial Hospital.

Police said the seized hashish would bring $1,300 on the street and the marijuana, $160.

Judge orders Pa. man to pay back child support

A 44-year-old fugitive, suspected of failing to pay more than $35,000 in child support, was freed from the Harford County Detention Center last Tuesday after paying $10,000 bail and agreeing to begin payments of $500 a month.

Edward Charles McLaughlin Jr. was arrested at his home in Newtown Square, Pa., last Friday during a pre-dawn raid by Harford sheriff's deputies, with assistance from Pennsylvania law enforcement officers.

Mr. McLaughlin waived extradition and appeared last Tuesday in Harford Circuit Court, where Judge William O. Carr ordered him to return with an attorney on Dec. 22 for a hearing on civil and criminal contempt charges.

The monthly payments are $400 for current child support and $100 for missed payments.

The Harford Paternity and Support Enforcement Unit has sought Mr. McLaughlin since September 1990.

Reward offered for clues in Joppatowne robbery

The Harford County Crime Solvers is offering up to a $1,000 reward for the arrest and indictment of the person who robbed a Joppatowne service station Oct. 6.

At 11:20 p.m., a suspect entered the Gunpowder Cove Mobile Station at 1001 Joppa Farm Road, told the attendant he had a gun and demanded the money from the cash register. The suspect took cash and ran toward Plaza Circle.

The suspect is described as a black man about 6 feet tall, 165 pounds, clean-shaven with short black hair and no sideburns. He was wearing blue jeans and a tan leather jacket.

Anyone with information should call the Crime Solvers Hotline at 877-STOP. Callers may remain anonymous and need not testify in court.

Carjacking prevention outlined in pamphlet

The Maryland State Police, with help from Boy Scout Troop 952

based at the Hickory Elementary School, will distribute free pamphlets on preventing carjacking at the Festival Shopping Center from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. today.

Abingdon

* 2900 block of Emmorton Road: Malicious destruction of an office window with a BB gun on Tuesday. Damage valued at $250.

Bel Air

* 800 block of Rockspring Road: Theft of vases from Bel Air Memorial Gardens cemetery on Nov. 4. Loss valued at $30,750.

Belcamp

* 1100 block of Belcamp Road: Theft of VCR and prescription glasses from room at nursing home on Nov. 3.

Edgewood

* 1900 block of Mark Drive: Theft of six wheels and tires on Nov. 4. Loss valued at $1,800.

Fallston

* 1300 block of Old Fallston Road: Theft of horse tack, briefcase and cassette tapes from driveway on Nov. 4. Loss valued at $5,102.

Forest Hill

* 200 block of Delcrest Drive: Motor vehicle tampering. Theft of four hub caps on Nov. 4. Loss valued at $240.

Pylesville

* 1000 block of St. Mary's Road: Breaking and entering at residence and damage to door on Nov. 4. Damage valued at $300.

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