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August 13, 1993

Suspect in Ohio drug case is arrested in Severn

An man wanted in Ohio on a drug charge was arrested Tuesday night in Severn after he was stopped by a police officer after what the officer said he thought was a drug transaction.

The officer was answering a call on Pioneer Drive at Reese Road, when he saw a man climb out of a taxi cab and participate in what the officer said he thought was a drug deal. The man got back in the taxi, which pulled away. The officer stopped the taxi and ran a computer check.

Records indicated the man was wanted on a warrant in Ohio for allegedly distributing and manufacturing drugs. The Cleveland police department was notified, and asked the county police to hold the man -- identified as Keith Arnett Morgan, 35, whose address was listed as 7300 Broken Staff Lane in Columbia -- without bond pending extradition.

Police found no drugs when they searched Mr. Morgan.

Man charged in 3 thefts from Hanover home

Police charged a man Wednesday with burglarizing a Hanover home three times.

Officers responding to a burglary call at a home in the 7000 block of Ridge Road about 10:20 a.m. Wednesday found the basement door ajar.

They reportedly found a man rummaging through a basement work area.

William Joseph Duval, 40, of no fixed address, was taken to the Northern District, where he was charged with five counts of burglary. In each of the other two incidents at the house on Ridge Road, Mr. Duval is alleged to have taken a car. The car was recovered once. Police still were searching for the car yesterday after the second theft.


* Crofton: Someone broke into a 1979 Ford LTD parked in the lot of Japser's Lounge Restaurant on Route 3 near Route 450 Tuesday and took a wallet containing a $800 check from the glove box.

* Crofton: A thief used a rock to break the window of a Trac Auto store in the 1600 block of Crofton Center Tuesday morning and stole car stereo equipment and speakers. valued at $1,000.

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