2 arrested after raid on Aberdeen apartmentA 30-year-old...

POLICE BEAT

September 18, 1994

2 arrested after raid on Aberdeen apartment

A 30-year-old Aberdeen woman and a 25-year-old New York man were arrested on charges of possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine during a raid on an Aberdeen apartment Thursday night, a spokesman for the Harford County drug task force said.

Joyce Yvette Montague of the 200 block of Mayberry Drive, Aberdeen, was held on a $10,000 bond and Robert Anthony Young of the 800 block of Brookland Ave., New York, was held on a $25,000 bond, the spokesman said.

Task force officers seized 3 grams of crack cocaine, worth an estimated $360, drug paraphernalia and $194, the spokesman said.

Woman reports theft of pet dog

A Havre de Grace woman told police that someone had stolen her cinnamon-colored, purebred chow dog from her yard in the 1100 block of Revolution St. on Sept. 11 or Sept. 12. The loss was estimated at $300, police said.

HAVRE DE GRACE

* 600 block of Vancherie St.: Someone broke into a residential garage between Sept. 6 and Sept. 14 and stole a washer and dryer. The loss was estimated at $900.

BEL AIR

* 700 block of Baltimore Pike: Someone destroyed a soda machine outside a business on Sept. 12, and stole coins and sodas. The loss was estimated at $149.

BELCAMP

* 1200 block of Jamison Court: Someone stole a stamp collection from a residence. The loss was estimated at $3,600.

EDGEWOOD

* 1300 block of Woodbridge Station Way: Someone destroyed the windows of the Kinder-Care Learning Center on Sept. 12. The damage was estimated at $4,150.

JOPPA

* 200 block of Brittany Drive: Someone broke into a residential shed on Sept. 10 and stole a mountain bike, weed-eater, lawn mower and tools. The loss was estimated at $1,300.

WHITE HALL

* 4800 block of Harford Creamery Road: Someone stole unspecified jewelry from a residence on Sept. 12. The loss was estimated at $2,500.

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