Glen Burnie

February 01, 1993

Group gets gift in memory of Frank Smith

The Glen Burnie Volunteer Fire Company has donated emergency respiratory equipment to the Glen Burnie Improvement Association in memory of Frank Smith.

Mr. Smith, who died last summer at age 72, had been a member of the GBIA and was a long-time fire company volunteer, said Chief Tom Nevin. Mr. Smith had been ill with emphysema, but continued to work at the fire company's bingo nights and perform administrative duties.

The respiratory equipment, which includes a supply of oxygen and a resuscitator, will be kept in the association's building on South Crain Highway near First Avenue.

Man is charged with drug possession

A Glen Burnie man was charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute after police searched his home Thursday.

According to the police report, narcotics officers seized 60 grams of marijuana from a home in the 100 block of Louise Terrace at 9:30 p.m. Some marijuana also was taken from a 1986 Nissan truck that belonged to the suspect.

William Harmon, 34, also was charged with possession of marijuana.

Pizza deliverer robbed at gunpoint

A man carrying an automatic handgun robbed a pizza delivery man early Saturday morning, getting away with an undetermined amount of money.

County police said a Pepperoni Post employee was delivering a pizza to a home in the first block of Warfield Road about 12:30 a.m. when a man emerged from the side of the home and threatened him with a black steel handgun.

The delivery man gave the robber money from his wallet and pockets, police said.

Crack cocaine charges are filed

A two-month undercover investigation by county police has resulted in the arrest of a 21-year-old Glen Burnie man, who has been charged with trying to sell crack cocaine.

Police said they raided a home in the Morris Hills community, in the 100 block of Morris Court, Friday night and seized 29 bags of crack cocaine packaged for $20, $30 and $40 street sales.

Authorities also said they seized $1,000 in cash and a 1988 Audi. Ronald Margise McClennahan, who lives at the home, was charged with possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine.

Police said additional charges and arrests are expected.

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