Shots fired at party result in six arrestsCounty police...

October 14, 1994

Shots fired at party result in six arrests

County police arrested six people Wednesday morning after shots were fired at a party in an apartment in the 600 block of Camp Meade Road, but they were unable to find the gun used in the shooting, authorities said.

When police arrived shortly after 4:30 a.m., they said, witnesses told them they had heard shots at a loud party in the apartment and seen three men from the party running down the light rail tracks.

Officers found three men in some bushes, arrested them and took them back to the apartment, where they arrested the three others, police said.

They charged Jennifer Ann Blakenship, 19, and a 17-year-old girl, both of whom live at the apartment, with keeping a disorderly house. Patrick John Hines, 19, of the 1300 block of Broadview Blvd. in Ferndale, was charged with disorderly conduct.

John William Musser, 19, of the 100 block of Keeton Road in Elkridge; Christopher Michael Berg, 18, of the 400 block of Kingwood Road in Linthicum, and Gary Donald Neal Jr., 20, of the 1700 block of Holliday Park Road in Gambrills all were charged with disorderly conduct and stepping on a railroad track without authorization.

Northern District officers found two spent .380-caliber casings and a live .380-caliber round in the kitchen of the apartment.

Man arrested on drug charges

Narcotics detectives staking out a corner in Glen Burnie Wednesday night chased a Baltimore County man they were seeking on drug charges to Brooklyn Park, where they arrested him, county police said.

The detectives spotted the suspect about 8:30 p.m. driving a Nissan Maxima with two male passengers near Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard and Eighth Avenue. They followed the car and began to close in when the driver tried to escape north on Crain Highway, police said.

The man drove to the Arundel Gardens community at Camrose Avenue and Lednura Road, where Northern District officers in patrol cars had been alerted. The suspect rammed the Nissan into the back of a house in the 100 block of Camrose Ave. and ran from the car. Officers caught him a short distance away, police said. The other two men were released without being charged, police said.

Andre William Banner, 23, of the 7200 block of Oak Haven Circle was charged with two counts of distribution of cocaine, police said.

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