Glen Burnie woman charged with drug possession after raid


Narcotics detectives confiscated drugs in a raid on a Glen Burnie home Friday morning and arrested a woman, county police said.

The raid at 1:20 a.m. netted 51 grams of marijuana, one gram of PCP and $500, police said.

A 1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo also was seized.

Detectives raided the home after several neighbors complained that someone was selling marijuana from the house, police said.

Sheree Lynn Fox, 37, of the 500 block of New Jersey Ave. N.E. was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana and possession of marijuana and PCP, police said.

Man in work release program is missing

A man serving 18 months for battery at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center failed to return from his work release job Thursday afternoon, county police said.

The man left the detention center at 7:30 a.m. to work at TGI Friday's in the 2500 block of Solomons Island Road. He left work at 5:30 p.m. but did not check into the detention center, police said.

The detention center notified county police shortly after 11 p.m. that the inmate was missing.

The man, James Earl Foster, 22, began serving his sentence April 27. His previous address is unknown, police said.

2 Meade students arrested at school

Two Meade Senior High School students were arrested Thursday morning after one of them shoved three teachers, and a Western District officer found two cigars and rolling papers on the other, county police said.

A 15-year-old youth was charged with assault and battery and a 17-year-old youth was charged with possession of tobacco products. Both were issued juvenile citations and released to their parents.

Ralph Beachley, a teacher at the school, told police that his class was disrupted by a disturbance in the hallway just before 11:30 a.m. When he went out in the hall to investigate, several students ran.

Mr. Beachley was joined by another teacher, who asked a 15-year-old student why he did not have a hall pass.

The 15-year-old tried to walk away, but the teachers blocked his path. They were joined by a third teacher, and the youth pushed all three and ran, police said.

A Western District officer noticed a youth fitting his description walking with a 17-year-old youth outside the school.

The officer searched the 17-year-old and found tobacco products and returned both youths to the school, police said.

Man charged in assault on friend at bar

County police arrested a Severn man Thursday morning after a fight outside an Odenton bar, authorities said.

Western District Officer Jack Hartzell went to Friendly Liquors in the 1200 block of Annapolis Road about 3:30 a.m. to investigate a call about a drunken man outside the bar. He found a man bleeding and leaning against a wall. The man told him a friend had hit him a few times, police said.

Officer Hartzell knocked on the bar door. A man who answered identified himself as the other man's friend and said he had hit the victim because he was bothering him, police said.

John Lloyd Cepko, 35, of the 1200 block of Lexington Drive was charged with assault and battery. Jorge Padilla-Morales, 33, of Odenton had a possible broken nose, cuts and abrasions, but did not go to the hospital, police said.

Compact discs, players stolen from school lot

Two cars in the Archbishop Spalding High School parking lot were broken into Wednesday and compact discs and compact disc players worth a total of $1,625 were stolen, county police said.

A 17-year-old from Arnold told a Western District officer that the thief broke the rear window of his 1987 Audi and stole a Kenwood compact disc player worth $325 and 20 compact discs worth about $300.

A 16-year-old from Pasadena told the officer that the driver's door of her 1989 Chevrolet Cavalier was forced open, and a $400 Sony compact disc player and 40 compact discs worth $600 were missing, police said.

Both students parked their cars on the lot about 7:45 a.m. and discovered the break-ins and thefts when they returned at 2:35 p.m., police said.

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