Glen Burnie

August 16, 1993

Car passenger held on drug charges

A 28-year-old Glen Burnie man was charged with possessing and manufacturing drugs after police found suspected PCP Thursday night when they searched him after stopping the car he was riding in.

Randy J. Browning, of the 200 block of Margate Drive, was denied bail by a court commissioner and held in the county detention center.

Police said Mr. Browning was a passenger in a car that was stopped at Magothy Bridge Road and Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard about 11 p.m. because officers suspected the driver was drunk.

As police searched the car, they found a cigarette they believed had been dipped in PCP. On searching Mr. Browning, police said they found a brown bottle containing about a half-ounce of what they believed to be PCP in his right shorts pocket.

Baltimore man charged in attempted car theft

A West Baltimore man was charged with attempted theft and destruction of property after his fingerprints were allegedly discovered in a car someone had tried to steal from a Glen Burnie auto dealer in late June, county police said.

On June 21, an employee at Griffith Acura reported that someone broke into a 1993 Acura Integra. Fingerprints taken from the car allegedly matched those of Paul B. Wilson, 19, of the 2500 block of Winchester St. in Baltimore, police said. Mr. Wilson was arrested and charged with the crime.

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