Police arrest three on marijuana charges, seize car

April 03, 1997|By TaNoah Morgan | TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF

County police arrested an Annapolis man and two teen-agers Tuesday and seized their car after stopping them on Riva Trace Parkway and finding marijuana in the vehicle, authorities said.

Aaron Claiborne Golson, 21, and Kahlil Johnson, 18, both of the 900 block of Carrollton Ave. in Annapolis, and Whitney Lane Darden, 19, of the 1300 block of Breckenridge Court in Riva were charged with possession of marijuana.

Police would not say why they stopped the 1993 Honda Prelude shortly before 4 p.m. on Riva Trace Parkway near Summer Village Way, or why they searched it.

Police said the driver and the passenger whose father owns the car allowed Officer Gregory Speed to search the vehicle. Police would not identify who was the driver or the son of the car's owner.

Speed found 0.6 grams of what tested positive for marijuana, arrested the driver and passengers and seized the car, police said.

An Edgewater construction worker was pinned under the wooden boards he was carrying Tuesday after high winds blew him over and the boards fell on him, police said.

Richard D. Fisher, 29, of the 500 block of Fairmont Drive, was treated at Anne Arundel Medical Center and released.

Witnesses told police Fisher was carrying the boards to a trailer at Fairfax Building Products in Edgewater when the accident happened.

Police log

Glen Burnie: Someone cut the lock from a shed in the 5300 block of Wasena Ave. overnight Sunday and stole $1,088 worth of tools.

Glen Burnie: Someone stole a chain saw and a power washer from a shed in the 6400 block of Lacrosse Lane in Glen Burnie overnight Monday.

Glen Burnie: Someone smashed a window of the Family Golf Center in the 1500 block of Dorsey Road about 11 p.m. Monday and stole $94 and clubs worth more than $5,600.

Glen Burnie: More than $60 worth of spray paint was stolen from Ace Hardware in the 7900 block of Crain Highway on Monday after thieves smashed a front door window about 3: 45 a.m.

Pasadena: Vandals threw rocks through windows at Chesapeake Bay Middle School in the 4800 block of Mountain Road early Tuesday causing $1,000 damage.

Pub Date: 4/03/97

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