May 3, 1991
A three-month investigation has resulted in the largest drug raid in Somerset County history and the arrests of 39 people, authorities say.More than 100 state, county and municipal police executed search-and-seizure warrants in two areas of the county yesterday in response to complaints about illegal drug activity.In Crisfield, 18 people were arrested on distribution and cocaine possession charges. In the Greenwood section of Princess Anne, 21 people were arrested on charges of cocaine distribution and possession.
January 30, 1997
Police raided a Brooklyn Park home Monday and arrested a couple on drug charges.Cheryl Berger, 39, and Charles D. Thompson, 31, both of the 5200 block of Patrick Henry Drive were charged with drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police raided the home about 8 p.m., ending an investigation into alleged illegal drug activity. Police said they found a small amount of drugs and paraphernalia.Pub Date: 1/30/97
April 22, 1994
County narcotics detectives arrested a Brooklyn Park woman on drug charges Wednesday night after they raided her house in the 4900 block of Kramme Ave., where they found 8 grams of suspected PCP and $167, police said.Cynthia Gail French, 28, was charged with possession with intent to distribute PCP, police said.Detectives raided the house at 9:15 p.m. after receiving an anonymous tip of drug activity, said Detective Wayne Vernon of the county police narcotics unit.
December 18, 1994
An investigation that evolved from a Dec. 8 drug raid in Bel Air led to the arrest of two Aberdeen women on charges of possession with intent to distribute and conspiracy to distribute marijuana last week, police said.Members of the Harford County Joint Narcotics Task Force and sheriff's deputies arrested Antoinette Regina Mauro, 24, of the 200 block of Schemel St., and Nancy Anne Eller, 19, of the first block of E. Bel Air Ave., about 9 p.m. Tuesday at a Route 22 restaurant in Churchville, a task force spokesman said.
August 25, 1997
A Westminster father and son were arrested Friday during a drug raid in which state and city police seized an ounce of marijuana, five grams of cocaine, and unspecified quantities of LSD, hashish and ecstasy plus $7,000 and a 1990 Ford pickup.Charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine, marijuana, LSD and ecstasy, possession of hashish and with maintaining a common nuisance were Alan M. Hoshall, 43, and Michael F. Hoshall, 23.The two men live at the same address in the 800 block of Ewing Drive.
July 21, 1995
Police seized three kilograms of suspected cocaine with a street value of $600,000 and arrested two people during a drug raid Wednesday afternoon in Annapolis involving police from four agencies.Anne Arundel County narcotics detectives, Annapolis police, Prince George's County police and federal Drug Enforcement Administration agents from Baltimore swooped down on the house in the 1800 block of Copeland St. about 5 p.m.Veda Dorsey, 48, who lives at the house, and Marshall Hall II, 38, whose last known address was the 700 block of Bywater Road, were charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine, police said.