2 men held in county jail in separate drug arrests

June 29, 1994

An Annapolis man and an Odenton man were being held in the county jail yesterday after being arrested in separate incidents on drug charges in Annapolis.

Corey Antonio Adams, 25, of the 600 block of Waugh Chapel Road, Odenton, was arrested about 3 a.m. yesterday. Robert Raymond Green, 20, of the 900 block of Royal St., Annapolis, was arrested Monday.

Annapolis police said an officer spotted Mr. Adams in his car on Bowman Court hand something that appeared to be drugs to another man, then drive away.

Police followed Mr. Adams' car to an Exxon station in the 1900 block of West St., where Mr. Adams got out of the car and tried to run.

Police tackled him and after a brief struggle placed him under arrest. They recovered $109 and nine packets of suspected marijuana.

Mr. Adams was charged with possession of drugs with intent to distribute, resisting arrest, assaulting a police officer and driving violations. He was being held on $25,000 bond.

Mr. Green was arrested about 5 p.m. Monday when he flagged down an undercover officer near Copeland and Green streets and allegedly tried to sell him cocaine.

He was charged with possession of drugs with intent to distribute.

He was being held on $10,000 bond.

3 teen-agers charged in theft of car tag

Three teens were arrested and charged with theft Monday after police allegedly saw them remove a car's registration tag in the Parole Plaza parking lot.

Police said they saw Mortimes M. Sellers, 18, removing a tag from one car and placing it on a vehicle in the parking lot around 3:48 p.m. Anthony Lamont Stancil and Mansocki V. Smith, both 18, were seen smoking near the second vehicle.

Police recovered a large amount of marijuana and cocaine. Mr. Sellers and Mr. Smith also were charged with drug possession and distribution.


* Annapolis: Curtis Wilerson, 18, of Whiton Court was arrested Friday for failing to appear in court on a robbery charge.

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