Millersville man arrested on DWI, drug charges

July 18, 1995

County police arrested a Millersville man on drug charges Saturday morning after they found cocaine and marijuana in one of his shorts pockets, officials said.

Northern District officers Mary Kohlepp and Todd Powell were operating a radar gun about 9:40 a.m. on Church Street near Wasena Avenue when a man allegedly sped by in a 1989 Plymouth Horizon. They stopped the car and arrested the driver after he failed a field sobriety test, police said.

When officers searched the man they found a bag containing white powder and a green leafy substance, which later tested positive as cocaine and marijuana, police said. The drugs were in a cigarette cellophane wrapper in the right front pocket of the man's shorts, police said.

Jason Patton Baker, 22, of the 600 block of Stone Wheel Court was charged with possession of cocaine and marijuana and driving while intoxicated, police said.

Man arrested in electronics burglary

County police arrested a Glen Burnie man Sunday and charged him with stealing an electric typewriter and fax machine from a Brooklyn Park business, officials said.

A witness saw a man carrying a typewriter and fax machine leave Interstate Unlimited in the 4000 block of Belle Grove Road about 1:25 a.m.

The witness, who knows the owner of Interstate Unlimited and did not recognize the man as an employee, tried to stop him. The man dropped the typewriter and ran north.

The witness contacted police, who broadcast a description of him. Northern District Officer William Bertram saw a man fitting the description at Hanover and Potee streets. The man tossed something over a guardrail when Officer Bertram confronted him. He was arrested, and Officer Bertram found the $350 r fax machine on the other side of the guardrail. The typewriter was a $100 model.

James Theodore Ross, 33, of the 300 block of Monticello Court was charged with burglary, police said.

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