Annapolis man arrested on charges of assaulting 2

June 15, 1994

A 24-year-old Annapolis man was being held in the county jail yesterday, charged with two counts of assault with intent to murder.

Annapolis police arrested Leroy Junior Milton of the first block of Carver St. in connection with assaults on Daniel Lopez, 18, and Garrison Johnson 19, both of the 1800 block of Bowman Drive. Both men were cut and stabbed with a knife.

The victims told police that they had approached Mr. Milton shortly after midnight yesterday to question him about a burglary at their home. A fight erupted, and Mr. Lopez was cut on the hand and Mr. Johnson was cut on the back.

Both were treated at Anne Arundel Medical Center.

Mr. Milton was being held in lieu of $3,500 bond.

Police arrest couple on drug charges

County police narcotics officers arrested two Annapolis residents Monday on charges of passing forged prescriptions.

The arrests came after a three-month investigation by narcotics officers, who raided an apartment in the 1100 block of Lake Heron Drive about 9:15 a.m., police said.

Michael Robert Bonner, 26, and Courtney Bowyer Aman, 23, both of whom live in the apartment, were charged with using forged prescriptions to obtain Percocet, Lortab and Tylenol with codeine, said Sgt. Earl Fowlkes of the narcotics unit.

Ms. Aman was released on her own recognizance yesterday morning. Mr. Bonner was being held at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center yesterday afternoon in lieu of $25,000 bail, Sergeant Fowlkes said.

The couple allegedly used the forged prescriptions at Giant pharmacies on Bay Ridge Road and in Severna Park, a Safeway in Edgewater, the Rite Aid in the Eastport Shopping Center, Cape Drug in Cape St. Clair and the F&M off Jennifer Road in Annapolis.

Sergeant Fowlkes said each allegedly used various pseudonyms on their prescriptions.

Officers recovered stolen prescription forms, pharmacy receipts and bags and prescription pill vials during the raid, police said.

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