Union Mills * Westminster * Sandymount * Finksburg


January 25, 1993

Police seize crack cocaine, arrest 2

Two Reisterstown residents were still at the Carroll County Detention Center yesterday evening after Westminster police arrested them and seized an estimated $500 to $600 worth of crack cocaine at the Comfort Inn Friday evening.

Jacqueline S. Hood, 33, and Richard R. Cutler, 29, both of 227 Candytuft Road, were held at the county detention center in lieu of $15,000 bond after the arrest.

City police charged both with possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, possession of cocaine and maintaining a common nuisance.

Cpl. Wayne Mann said the arrest came after a three- or four-day investigation. He said police found about $1,500 in currency and several rocks of crack cocaine in the room occupied by the couple at the Westminster motel.


* Westminster: A pickup truck left unattended with the motor running was stolen from East George Street on Thursday. Thomas Edward Lang told police the 1991 Nissan is valued at $6,000.

Construction equipment worth more than $500 was taken after someone broke into a trailer of the Total Construction Co. on Washington Road on Thursday. Employee Roger Funkhouser reported the incident to police.

Two bicycles, valued at $750, were stolen from two homes in Westminster on Thursday. Michael Dobbins of East Green Street reported a G. T. Performer dirt bike worth $350 was taken from a storage shed at the rear of his house. Robert LaFlame of Sullivan Avenue reported his $400 bike was stolen from his house.

Jeffrey Albert of Viking Court told police someone punctured all four tires of his car while it was parked on Carrollview Avenue last Tuesday. He estimated the loss at $600.


* Westminster: A report of wires sparking on Carroll Street required the services of Westminster firefighters to stand by at 6:25 p.m. Thursday.

A chimney fire in a house on Old New Windsor Pike brought fire units from Westminster and New Windsor at 9:09 p.m. on Thursday.

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