3 men arrested in drug raid on apartment

September 25, 1996

Three men were arrested on cocaine charges Monday after drug enforcement officers raided an apartment in the 200 block of Pennsylvania Ave in Westminster.

Seven grams of crack cocaine, paraphernalia and $1,288 were seized from the apartment, police said.

Arrested on charges of possession of cocaine, possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession of paraphernalia were: Edward T. Fisher, 37, of the Pennsylvania Avenue address; Wayne T. Miles, 37, of the 4300 block of Old Taneytown Pike, Taneytown; and Michael A. Watson, 36, of the 200 block of Green St., Westminster, police said.

Fisher, who also faces a charge of maintaining a common nuisance, was being being held at the Carroll County Detention Center in Westminster on $20,000 bail.

Miles was released on an unsecured $2,500 bond, and Watson was being held on $20,000 bail.

Fire

Westminster: Firefighters from Reese, Pleasant Valley and Manchester assisted Westminster at 4: 08 a.m. Tuesday, responding for a kitchen fire in the first block of E. Main St. Units were out an hour and 54 minutes.

Police

Westminster: A resident of Webster Street told police that someone stole a toy car from her yard Monday. The loss was estimated at $120.

Westminster: A resident of Alymer Court told police that someone broke into her home and damaged personal property. Damage was estimated at $50.

Westminster: A city woman told police that someone stole her Toyota pickup while it was parked in a trucking company parking lot in the 4000 block of Littlestown Pike Sunday night. The loss was estimated at $300.

Westminster: School officials at West Middle School on Monroe Street told police that someone used a large rock to shatter a window, enter a portable classroom and steal items worth $480 Friday night.

Westminster: Employees at a car and truck dealer in the 1100 block of Baltimore Blvd. told police that someone stole three side mirrors from trucks parked in the lot between 4 p.m. Saturday and 7 a.m. Monday. The loss was estimated at $600.

Pub Date: 9/25/96

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