Annapolis drug raid nets 10 arrests

April 28, 1994|By Gregory P. Kane | Gregory P. Kane,Sun Staff Writer

County narcotics detectives arrested 10 people on Middleton Road in Annapolis before dawn yesterday, ending a seven-month investigation into an alleged outdoor drug market, police said.

Detectives from the central narcotics section and the Eastern District tactical narcotics team searched houses, trailers and sheds in the 1400 block of Middleton Road.

The 5 a.m. raid netted police small amounts of crack cocaine, marijuana, heroin and methadone.

Police said undercover officers bought crack cocaine in the area several times during the investigation.

Confidential informants and tipsters also helped, police said.

Charged with possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia and possession of cocaine were Bruce Michael Woodfield, 31, of the 1200 block of N. Youngsfarm Road in Annapolis; Geno Lee Erickson, 34, of the 8500 block of Horse Show Road in Ellicott City; Devonya Lanita Green, 25, of the 1400 block of Middleton Road; Michael Carroll, also known as James Louis Shaw, 48, of the 1400 block of Middleton Road; and Richard Darnall Coleman, 42, of the 1400 block of Middleton Road.

Damon Dewayne Crowdy, 24, of the 400 block of Broadneck Road in Annapolis was charged with possession of cocaine.

Tina Londean Thomas, 37, of the 1700 block of Marcare Road in Annapolis was charged with possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia.

Debra Mersheral Adkinson, 39, of the 5900 block of Southern Ave. S.E., Washington, was charged with possession of heroin and possession of methadone.

Robert Alexander Coates, also known as John Alexander Bond, 47, of the first block of Hoyle Lane in Severna Park was charged with possession of methadone.

Deanne Michelle Spencer, 19, of the 1400 block of Shot Town Road in Annapolis was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

Police said charges are pending against another suspect who remained at large yesterday.

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