Police find crack cocaine, gun in car 2 men held

August 10, 1994

Two men were being held in the Anne Arundel County jail after Annapolis police charged them with possession with intent to distribute drugs valued at more than $3,000.

Cpl. James Doran said the men were arrested around 4 p.m. Monday on Glenwood Street near Taylor Avenue, after an informant told police that men in a red Isuzu were carrying drugs.

Police saw the Isuzu parked on Clay Street about 3 p.m. and watched as the men drove away. The officers stopped the car on Glenwood Street for speeding. They searched the car and reported finding an ounce of crack cocaine in a brown pouch and a loaded .357 magnum handgun between the seats, Corporal Doran said.

Trevor Michael Butler, 19, of Silver Spring was being held in lieu of $225,000 bond. Donald Wayne Jackson, 31, with no fixed address was being held in lieu of $350,000 bond.

2 men arrested in beating with bat

A 19-year-old Annapolis man suffered a blow to the right side of his head as he was attacked with a baseball bat by two assailants about 10 p.m. Aug. 3 at the Cape St. Claire shopping center.

The suspects then fled south on Cape St. Claire Road in a blue Honda Civic.

Police arrested the suspects as they attempted to get on Route 50 west and reported finding a wooden and an aluminum baseball bat in the car's back seat. The two men told police they had been in a fight in the shopping center, but did not know whose baseball bats were in the car. A spot of dried blood was found on the wooden bat.

Timothy Joseph Aminzadeh, 23, of the 500 block of Norton Lane in Arnold, and David Joseph Zielinski, 22, of the 3300 block of Clyde Street in Baltimore were charged with assault and battery.

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* Churchton: About $530 worth of tools and lawn equipment, including a gasoline can and a weeder were stolen from an unlocked garage in the 5700 block of Swamp Circle Monday.

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