Glen Burnie

March 30, 1993

Youth, 14, takes pistol to school

A 14-year-old Corkran Middle School student was arrested yesterday after bringing a .22-caliber pistol to school.

According to county police, Principal Richard Kubatko had heard rumors throughout the day that a boy had come to school armed. The principal found the pistol in the youth's coat pocket, as well as six .22-caliber bullets and a beeper.

The boy was taken to Northern District headquarters and charged as a juvenile with possession of a handgun and beeper on school property. He was released to the custody of his mother.

Woman faces drug charges

County police charged a Glen Burnie woman with possession of PCP Sunday night after they raided her house in the 100 block of Marie Ave.

Police arrived at the house with a search warrant shortly after 7 p.m. They seized a small amount of PCP, $488 and a 1990 Toyota pickup truck.

Laura Marie Knott, 32, who lives at the house, was taken to Northern District station to be charged.

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