Baltimore County police seized 111 grams of...

DUNDALK --

November 07, 1996|By From staff reports

DUNDALK -- Baltimore County police seized 111 grams of cocaine and arrested two men yesterday in the raid of a home on Sandy Plains Road.

The raid was the result of a two-month investigation into alleged drug trafficking from the house in the 8400 block of Sandy Plains Road, police said. Officers seized 29 grams of powder cocaine and 82 grams of crack cocaine, with a street value of $20,000, and $61,976 in cash.

Drug distribution charges are pending against the suspects, who were in custody and whose names had not been released yesterday.

Goucher College to hold lecture on sustainability

TOWSON

TOWSON -- Goucher College is sponsoring a free lecture on sustainability -- a concept that examines ways to reconcile human well-being and a healthy natural world -- at 8 p.m. today in Merrick Hall on the college campus, 1021 Dulaney Valley Road.

The speaker will be Molly Harriss Olson, president and chief executive officer of Natural Step, a nonprofit group that trains corporations and community groups about sustainability. She is former executive director of the President's Council on Sustainable Development.

Sykesville man killed in early-morning accident

RIDERWOOD

RIDERWOOD -- -- A Sykesville man was killed and two men were seriously injured early yesterday in a single-vehicle accident on Thornton Road.

Jason S. Davis, 21, of the 3000 block of Robin Hood Way lost control of a speeding 1970 Jeep in the 8200 block of Thornton Road about 2 a.m., Baltimore County police said. The Jeep flipped several times, ejecting the driver and a passenger before stopping in the front yard of a home near Essex Farm Road.

Davis was pronounced dead at the scene. Passenger James Anecharico, 20, of the 2600 block of Brigadoon Drive in Phoenix was in critical condition yesterday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center. Passenger Joseph Records, 22, of the first block of Gurteen Court in Timonium was in serious condition at Shock Trauma.

About a dozen residents of the Northeast Baltimore community of Frankford protested outside City Hall yesterday, carrying signs criticizing the city for approving a housing project for low- and moderate-income residents in their neighborhood.

One sign read "Shame on the Board of Estimates," which approved funding for developer Otis Warren to renovate 123 apartment buildings known as the Strathdale Manor Apartments in the 6100 block of Frankford Ave.

"Every developer who has come into that project has raped it," said Raymond Lowder, president of the Frankford Improvement Association, referring to previous developers who have owned the 18-acre complex while it fell into disrepair in the past 20 years.

Truck 6 wins honors in fire prevention displays

Truck 6 on Hanover Street in South Baltimore took top honors in the category of single-engine firehouse during Fire Prevention Month last month, said a city Fire Department spokesman.

Truck 6's winning display featured two giant smoke detectors with blinking red lights to illustrate this year's fire prevention theme, "Let's hear it for fire safety: Test your smoke detector." Its neighboring rival, Engine 26 on Fort Avenue, was second and Engine 43 in the 1100 block of Walters Ave. in Northeast Baltimore was third.

For multiple-unit fire houses, Engine 30 and Truck 8 in the 3200 block of Frederick Ave. in Irvington took first place; Engine 42 in the 4500 block of Harford Road in Northeast Baltimore second; and Engine 40 and Truck 12 in the 4000 block of Liberty Heights Ave. in Forest Park third.

Discussion set Saturday on possible CIA-drug links

The public is invited to a discussion Saturday of possible links between the CIA and Nicaraguan contras allegedly involved in the sale of crack cocaine in California in the 1980s.

A controversial series in the San Jose (Calif.) Mercury News has sparked investigations concerning what, if anything, the CIA knew about this. All Peoples Congress is sponsoring the discussion at 5 p.m. at 426 E. 31st St. Information: 235-7040.

Pub Date: 11/07/96

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