Drug raid reaches notable Baltimore addresses

In more than 300 pages of court documents, authorities describe an alleged drug ring that touched notable addresses in Baltimore, including The Redwood apartment building of "The Wire" actress <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB00013132" title="Felicia Pearson" href="/topic/entertainment/felicia-pearson-PECLB00013132.topic">Felicia Pearson</a>, center. Investigators say the group's headquarters was in an East Baltimore storefront, A.R. Lounge, and that the New York drug supplier picked up money from the valet stand at the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSTB000029" title="Harborplace" href="/topic/services-shopping/harborplace-ORSTB000029.topic">Harborplace</a> Renaissance Hotel at the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLTRA000101" title="Inner Harbor" href="/topic/travel/tourism-leisure/inner-harbor-PLTRA000101.topic">Inner Harbor</a>, bottom right. Police say they had Pearson under surveillance while she talked with a man holding a gun outside the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLCUL000163" title="Hippodrome Theatre" href="/topic/entertainment/theater/hippodrome-theatre-PLCUL000163.topic">Hippodrome Theater</a>, bottom left.

( Baltimore Sun photos by Kim Hairston except center, by Algerina Perna )

In more than 300 pages of court documents, authorities describe an alleged drug ring that touched notable addresses in Baltimore, including The Redwood apartment building of "The Wire" actress Felicia Pearson, center. Investigators say the group's headquarters was in an East Baltimore storefront, A.R. Lounge, and that the New York drug supplier picked up money from the valet stand at the Harborplace Renaissance Hotel at the Inner Harbor, bottom right. Police say they had Pearson under surveillance while she talked with a man holding a gun outside the Hippodrome Theater, bottom left.

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