4 seized in Glen Burnie drug raid PCP, pager found, police report ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY

July 03, 1993|By Peter Hermann | Peter Hermann,Staff Writer

Four people were arrested Thursday night, including an alleged drug supplier who had come back to pick up his pager when Anne Arundel County police raided a Glen Burnie home.

Police said the home, in the 100 block of Fifth Ave. S.W., was filled with the smell of phencyclidine hydrochloride (PCP) at the time of the 11:30 p.m. raid. Authorities found one-half ounce of liquid PCP and a cigarette dipped in liquid PCP.

Two residents of the apartment, Stephen Teal, 28, and Melissa Teal, 28, told police a man named "Stanley" had just delivered drugs there. While officers were in the home, police said, the telephone rang and Stanley asked if he had left his pager there.

Sgt. Michael Feeney told the man to come and get the pager and to bring another 1-ounce bottle of PCP with him.

Several minutes later, a 1984 Ford Thunderbird pulled up to the house and uniformed officers attempted to stop it. Police said a passenger in the car threw a bottle of PCP out the window before the car pulled over.

But the bottle struck a car driving by on Crain Highway, bounced on the road several times and landed in a deserted parking lot. It did not break.

Police said they found another 1-ounce bottle of PCP in the car. Authorities seized the Thunderbird and then searched the apartment of the driver, Franklin Johns, 31, of the 200 block of Woodhill Drive in Glen Burnie, where they found $800 allegedly earned in the drug deals.

Mr. Teal and Ms. Teal were charged with possession with intent to distribute PCP. Mr. Johns and his passenger, Stanley Cobb, 36, of the 8300 block of Hilda Ave. in Pasadena, also were charged with possession with intent to distribute PCP.

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