Two seized on school lot on gun and drug charges

June 25, 1996|By Edward Lee | Edward Lee,SUN STAFF

A Severna Park man and woman were arrested Monday morning after they drove a car containing guns and drugs onto a school parking lot, police said.

William Dehn, 20, of the 400 block of McBrides Lane and Gwyn Shovelski, 20, of the first block of Severndale Road were charged with trespassing on school property, possession of marijuana, and possession of firearms on school property. The two are being held at the county detention center on $35,000 bond each, police said.

An employee of the Meridian Nursing Center, adjacent to the school in the first block of Truck House Road called police about 1: 25 a.m. about a suspicious vehicle in the school parking lot.

When Eastern District officers Anthony Frank Tortorici and Brent Matthew Weaver arrived, they found a 1990 Toyota Tercel in the lot of Oak Hill Elementary School.

The officers saw a man and woman walking out of the woods separating the nursing center and the school. Police said the woman told officers the car was hers.

The officers searched the car and found an SKS assault rifle, a .22-caliber rifle, a .22-caliber Daringer pistol, and several hundred rounds of ammunition, police said. The officers also found a plastic bag containing 12 grams of marijuana.

The man and woman were placed under arrest, and the car was seized.

Pub Date: 6/25/96

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