2 arrested in undercover drug investigation

October 10, 1995

Westminster police arrested two people during the weekend as part of a two-month undercover drug investigation that resulted in the arrest of 10 people last week.

Jay William Myers, 44, of the 100 block of W. Main St. was arrested Friday night and charged with one count each of possession of marijuana, paraphernalia and possession with intent to distribute the drug. He was being held on $10,000 bond after a search and seizure warrant was executed at his home, city police said.

Tracy Lynne Barron, 27, of the 700 block of Redwood Drive was arrested Saturday and charged with one count of selling crack cocaine to an undercover police officer July 25. She was being held yesterday on $10,000 bond.

Police said they are seeking 10 people they say sold LSD, crack cocaine and other drugs to an undercover officer.

Police

Westminster: An official of Middlebrook Homeowners Association reported that several trees at the rear of the development were cut down without permission Saturday. The loss was estimated at $500.

Westminster: A resident of Sawgrass Court told police someone stole property from his garage Saturday. He estimated the loss at $100.

Westminster: The passenger windows of two vehicles parked near Sherwood Municipal Parking Lot were broken Friday. Damage was estimated at $100.

An official of Wal-Mart told police that someone stole 40 wooden pallets Thursday. The pallets were valued at $400.

Westminster: An official of Weis Market reported that 10 pallets were stolen Saturday. The loss was estimated at $70.

Westminster: An employee of B. T. Concrete Co. reported that someone stole an earth tamper from the rear of a truck while it was parked on Clifton Boulevard on Wednesday. The tool was valued at $2,046.

Fire

Westminster, Reese, Pleasant Valley and Manchester were dispatched to an apartment fire in the 1000 block of Charles St. at 10:51 a.m. Saturday. Units were out 47 minutes.

Westminster: Westminster responded to an auto fire on Ward Avenue at 11:07 p.m. Friday. Units were out 46 minutes.

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