Five arrested on crack cocaine charges

June 24, 2004|By Mary C. Schneidau | Mary C. Schneidau,SUN STAFF

Five people were arrested in Brooklyn Park this week on charges of possession of crack cocaine with intent to distribute, Anne Arundel County police said.

Arrested Tuesday, police said, were Ashley King, 18, and Dustin Rhodes, 23, both of Sixth Street in Baltimore. Crack cocaine worth $1,300 was found in the car they were riding in, police said.

Police said narcotics officers had been conducting surveillance of the suspects as they traveled between Baltimore and Anne Arundel County.

Separately, three men were arrested yesterday morning after county police pulled them over for a traffic violation.

Detectives seized 19.1 grams of crack cocaine, worth an estimated $1,900, from the car in which the three men were riding, police said.

The men were identified as Frederick L. Marshall, 53, of Pioneer Drive in Severn, Antonio D. Ennis, 20, of Jackson Road in Crofton and Stanley L. Richardson, 37, of Furrow Street in Baltimore.

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