Two at N. Carroll High arrested in drug search Police dogs scan cars in lot

marijuana reportedly found

November 25, 1997

Two North Carroll High School students were arrested Friday on marijuana and paraphernalia charges after police dogs scanned about 225 vehicles parked in the Hampstead school's lot and were drawn to their cars.

The 17-year-old suspects -- a boy and a girl -- were released to their parents pending action by juvenile authorities, police said.

Prosecutor Edward J. Puls Jr. said small quantities of suspected marijuana, razor blades and a cutting agent were seized from the cars.

Earlier, four police dogs working in cooperation with school authorities, Hampstead police, state police and the Carroll County state's attorney's office, scanned about 500 vehicles parked outside Westminster High School without detecting drugs, Puls said.

The dogs did not scan lockers inside either school, he said.


Lineboro: Firefighters responded at 5: 39 p.m. Sunday to a woods fire at Falls and Hoffmanville roads. Units were out 29 minutes.

Manchester: Firefighters from Hampstead and Lineboro assisted Manchester at 6: 15 p.m. Sunday, responding to a heater fire in the 3100 block of Long Lane. Units were out 14 minutes.

Lineboro: Firefighters responded at 3 p.m. Saturday to a van fire on Baker Schoolhouse Road in Baltimore County. Units were out two hours.

Lineboro: Firefighters responded at 3: 54 p.m. Saturday to an electrical fire in the 3600 block of Lineboro Road. Units were out one hour and 10 minutes.

Manchester: Firefighters assisted Lineboro at 4: 01 p.m. Saturday, transferring an engine to that station. Units were out one hour and 10 minutes.

Hampstead: Firefighters assisted Baltimore County at 5: 16 p.m. Friday, responding to a woods fire in the 18000 block of Gunpowder Road. Units were out 30 minutes.

Hampstead: Firefighters assisted Baltimore County at 5: 46 p.m. Friday, responding to an alarm in the 200 block of Lees Mill Road. Units were out 15 minutes.

Pub Date: 11/25/97

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