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December 5, 1995
An 18-year-old Reisterstown man is in the Carroll County Detention Center, accused of selling counterfeit LSD to an undercover officer last month.Robert F. Haddigan of the 100 block of Caraway Road in Reisterstown was charged last week with distributing counterfeit LSD, possession with intent to distribute counterfeit LSD and fraud. He is being held on $25,000 bond.In court papers, Tfc. Robert Heuisler wrote that on Nov. 16 he met a man in the 1100 block of Liberty Road in Sykesville to purchase LSD.The man received $800 from Trooper Heuisler and said that he would call when he returned from Virginia with the drugs, according to the court papers.
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NEWS
November 23, 1995
Three 14-year-old North Carroll High School students were sent to Carroll County General Hospital Tuesday after they apparently overdosed on LSD.Hampstead Police Chief Kenneth Russell said the girls told him they had taken the drug on a school bus Tuesday morning.He said one of the girls told him she had purchased the drugs, in the form of pictures on paper, from a boy at Cranberry Mall Saturday and shared them with her friends.Police were called when one of the girls became ill and went to the school nurse, he said.
NEWS
November 21, 1995
A North Carroll High School senior is being held on $50,000 bail at the county Detention Center after being charged Friday with selling LSD to another student.Randall Scott Mulhern, 18, of Patapsco Road near Finksburg was charged with possession of LSD, possession with intent to distribute and drug distribution on school property.Hampstead Police Chief Kenneth Russell said a student who allegedly paid $10 for two doses of LSD also was arrested.The student, who was not identified because he is a juvenile, had a five doses of the drug in a lip balm container, Chief Russell said.
NEWS
October 19, 1995
THE U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY'S reaction to an LSD incident involving two upperclassmen this week shows how much the academy has changed since the major cheating scandal there two years ago. Academy officials who met that debacle with a flaccid combination of foot-dragging and denial have been replaced with tougher, more responsible leaders. Their response the drug incident -- a minor embarrassment so far -- was swift, sweeping, candid and designed to get to the root of the problem.First, the Navy did the right thing by acting promptly on a tip that a small group of midshipmen were involved in illegal drug use. These mids face expulsion if they are found guilty, and there seems little doubt the academy will not protect them in that event.
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By KRIS ANTONELLI and KRIS ANTONELLI,SUN STAFF | October 17, 1995
All 4,000 Naval Academy midshipmen were tested for illegal drug use within 48 hours after Navy investigators caught two upperclassmen with LSD at a Glen Burnie motel Sunday, Navy officials said yesterday.The testing was unprecedented in scope and swiftness."In the past, we have tested two companies a week randomly and half the brigade over a couple of days right after a leave period," said academy spokesman Capt. Tom Jurkowsky."While we have no reason at this point to believe more than the two are involved in this, we view this seriously.
NEWS
September 26, 1995
Three men who were coming from a large rave party in Taneytown were charged with possession of a handgun or possession of LSD with a street value of more than $1,500, according to police.Officer Scott Mitchel said a man stopped for a traffic violation about 10:15 p.m. Saturday was found to be driving on a suspended license. When officers became suspicious of the man's movements before the car was stopped, they summoned a gun-sniffing dog from the state police. The car was searched, and police found a .390-caliber handgun under the front seat, they said.
NEWS
September 25, 1995
A Finksburg man received a five-year suspended sentence Thursday for his conviction for trying to sell about 700 doses of fake LSD last spring.Blair Lee Brannock, 18, will serve five years of probation, two of which will be supervised, Carroll County Circuit Judge Luke K. Burns Jr. ruled Thursday.Mr. Brannock, who entered an Alford plea in the case, was a senior at Westminster High last spring when police heard he was running an LSD ring at the school.Officers followed the teen-ager from Westminster to Finksburg, where Mr. Brannock was to meet a customer, court documents said.
NEWS
September 13, 1995
A 17-year-old student at South Carroll High School in Winfield was arrested at the school after the alleged sale of LSD attracted the attention of a teacher Monday. State police said the girl was arrested after three doses of the hallucinogenic drug were sold to two students inside the school. After the $15 exchange, the LSD was passed to yet another student who flushed the drug down a toilet.Detective Sgt. Gary Cofflin, regional supervisor of the state police drug enforcement division, said the alleged seller and two buyers were taken to the principal's office and a search of the 17-year-old girl's books revealed marijuana and cocaine, plus a mirror and a razor blade, paraphernalia used in the dealing of drugs.
NEWS
May 31, 1995
Man arrested on drug chargesCounty police arrested an Annapolis man on drug charges Saturday evening after a search of his car turned up 37 hits of LSD and an ounce of marijuana, a police report said.Sgt. Michael Feeney saw a man sitting in a 1987 Mercury Sable on the Parole Plaza parking lot about 7:10 p.m. When he walked toward the car, the man ducked. Sergeant Feeney asked the man to get out and smelled what he thought was marijuana when the suspect opened the door, police said.Andrew Tompkins Fowler, 22, of the 200 block of Dewey Drive was charged with possession of LSD and marijuana and possession with intent to distribute marijuana and LSD.
NEWS
By John Rivera and John Rivera,Sun Staff Writer | May 5, 1995
Students from five Baltimore County high schools were charged last night with selling drugs to undercover police cadets during an eight-month investigation, police said.Police summoned the 13 juveniles and two 18-year-olds, with their parents, to police precincts beginning at 6 p.m. yesterday."We don't arbitrarily go into schools like some agencies do and haul kids out," said E. Jay Miller, a police spokesman.The students from Kenwood, Dundalk, Lansdowne, Overlea and Woodlawn high schools were charged with selling small amounts of marijuana, cocaine and LSD, with a total value of $369, to cadets who were enrolled as students in the high schools.
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