Officer arrests couple in park on drug counts

August 27, 1996|By TaNoah Morgan | TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF

County police arrested a Stevensville man and a Baltimore woman on drug charges Sunday in Jacobsville Park on Magothy Beach Road after an officer saw what he believed to be drug paraphernalia in their car.

Richard Brian Warf, 33, of the 400 block of Sweet Briar Lane and Robin Sherwood Millsap, 27, of the 400 block of Patapsco Ave. were charged with possession and possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine. Warf was being held without bail. Bail information on Millsap was not available.

Officer Jay Schline was checking the Pasadena park shortly after 4 a.m. when he saw a car in the rear of the park.

As he approached he saw a pipe on top of a box behind the driver's seat. He arrested the occupants, searched the car and found $2,200 worth of what later tested positive for crack cocaine.

Police seized 22 grams of crack cocaine, $647 and a 1986 Ford LTD.

Man smashes through door at house, is arrested

A Pasadena resident caught a man Sunday and held him for police after he crashed through a sliding glass door at a house in the first block of Breakwater Court, county police said yesterday.

Gregory Corbin, 41, called police shortly before 12: 30 a.m. and said he had heard noises outside his rear patio door. When he called out, a man came crashing through the door, knocking it off its frame and tumbling over a bookcase, lamp and planter, police said.

Corbin subdued the man and called police.

Officers said the man screamed uncontrollably that someone was after him and repeatedly told them he had seen someone, but no one else was there, police said.

Ronald Warren Henderson, 34, of the 1000 block of Kings Road in Pasadena was charged with fourth-degree burglary and destruction of property. He was treated at North Arundel Hospital and released into policy custody.

Bail information was not available.

Pub Date: 8/27/96

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