Man charged with selling crack cocaine to officers

POLICE NEWS

May 07, 1995|By Gregory P. Kane | Gregory P. Kane,Sun Staff Writer

A Baltimore man was arrested Wednesday night after two undercover officers bought suspected crack cocaine from him in the 8600 block of Pioneer Drive, county police said.

The officers were driving along Pioneer Drive when a man flagged them down about 9:40 p.m. The man offered to sell them crack cocaine, police said.

The officers negotiated a price and bought a small amount, police said. When they identified themselves and told the man he was under arrest, he tried to run but was caught and subdued after a brief struggle, police said.

Lamont Delvi Faison, 23, of the 2900 block of Wynham Road was charged with possession of crack cocaine and possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine.

Man, woman accused of drug possession

Narcotics detectives raided an Arnold home Thursday night and arrested two people on drug charges, county police said.

Police said they recovered a small amount of suspected crack cocaine in the 10 p.m. raid. Detectives obtained a warrant to search the house in the 800 block of Waterview Ave. after an investigation by uniformed officers, police said.

Mauro Nicholas Maccari, 32, and Julie Alison Maccari, 34, who live in the house, were charged with possession of crack cocaine, police said.

2 students, 4 men cited in underage drinking

Two Chesapeake Senior High School students and four Pasadena men were cited for underage drinking Thursday afternoon after police found beer and whiskey in a car in the parking lot, officials said.

Officer Wayne Tanis was making a routine check about 1:45 p.m. when he saw two cars parked in the southwest corner of the school parking lot. Three people were inside one car and three outside, police said. Officer Tanis went to question the group and said he found six open bottles and 11 unopened bottles of beer and a 1.75 liter bottle of whiskey.

The juveniles, ages 16 and 17, were released to their parents. The four adults cited are Michael William Dicio, 19; David Michael Brown and Martin John Hirschman, both 20; and Brian Charles Wise, 18.

Severn boy mugged at school bus stop

A 14-year-old Severn boy was hit in the head during an attempted robbery Thursday morning as he stood at a school bus stop, county police said.

The boy, who was not identified by police, was not seriously injured. He was standing at the corner of Stone Castle and Citadel drives about 7:20 a.m. when another youth walked up and asked him if he wanted to buy some drugs, police said.

The boy declined, and the youth asked him if he had any money. When the boy again replied "No," the youth hit him in the back of the head and pushed him against a parked car. The mugger repeated his demand, but the boy again said he didn't have any money. The assailant made the boy kneel on the ground, then ran off toward Lake Marion Park. No money was taken, police said.

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