Seabrook man is accused of impersonating officer

August 03, 1994

A Seabrook man who told a motel manager that he was an undercover narcotics officer was arrested Sunday and charged with drug violations and impersonating a police officer, county police said.

The man had gone to a Motel 6 in the 3500 block of Old Annapolis Road Saturday evening and told the clerk and general manager he needed a free room at the rear of the motel to conduct drug surveillance on an apartment complex, police said.

He presented no identification, but showed the clerk and general manager several papers with letterheads of different police departments, police said.

The general manager reserved a free room for the four-day period from July 30 to Aug. 2, but called police Sunday to check the man's story.

Police investigators went to the man's room around 3 a.m. to confront him. Officers found eight glass vials of cocaine, a bag of marijuana and paraphernalia for packaging and using drugs, the police report said.

The man voluntarily opened his briefcase and showed officers the papers with police letterheads, police said.

Scott Lee Feuer, 35, of the 6100 block of Seabrook Road was charged with impersonating a police officer, possession with intent to distribute marijuana, possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of drug paraphernalia for packaging and theft under $300, police said.

He was being held at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center yesterday in lieu of $2,500 bond, a spokeswoman for the district court said.

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