A county police officer, called to quell a domestic quarrel at a Glen Burnie home, arrested the couple after the officer found a cocaine smoking pipe on a coffee table in the house, police said.
Northern District Officer Stefanie Samler went to a home in the 200 block of Georgia Ave. N.E. about 7:30 a.m. Tuesday to investigate a reported quarrel. A man who answered the door told the officer he was having a fight with a woman and wanted her to leave. He invited Officer Samler inside, police said.
While the man and woman sat on two separate couches in the living room, Officer Samler saw a plastic pipe with an aluminum foil filter on the coffee table. Such a pipe is used to smoke cocaine, and Officer Samler arrested the man and the woman, police said.
Patrick Green, 42, of the Georgia Avenue address, and Kimberly Patricia Cord, 27, of the 600 block of Nolberry Drive in Glen Burnie, were charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Millersville man charged with weapons count
A Millersville man explaining a dispute with his girlfriend to a county police officer was arrested Tuesday morning after the patrolman noticed a blackjack in his back pocket, police said.
Cpl. Dwight Shaffer went to the 400 block of Starwood Court at about 9:50 a.m. to check out a report of a couple quarreling in public. When he arrived, someone told him the couple had gone two blocks to the north and were still quarreling, police said.
Corporal Shaffer caught up with the couple. As he interviewed the man, the officer saw the blackjack in his pocket and arrested him, police said.
Andre Maurice Johnson, 21, of the 600 block of Millwright Court, was charged with possession of a deadly weapon.
YWCA features lecture on money management
The YWCA Friendship Center continues its free lecture series with a representative from the Cooperative Extension Service discussing money management.
Open to the public, the free lecture is from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. tomorrow.
Advance registration is requested.
The YWCA Friendship Center is at 97B N. Langley Road, off Furnace Branch Road.
Lawyer to discuss trusts and taxes
The general meeting of the Point Pleasant-Shoreland Improvement Association at 7:30 p.m. today will feature Greg Howard, a lawyer, discussing "Living Trusts" and "Taxes After Death.".
The lecture will be followed by a business meeting. Members are asked to bring a nonperishable donation for the local food bank.
The meeting is at the Church of the Good Shepherd, 1451 Furnace Ave.
Students awarded $500 scholarships
Three 17-year-old high school graduates have each been awarded $500 scholarships from the North Anne Arundel County Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta sorority.
Broadneck High School graduate Janel James plans to attend Virginia State University; Old Mill High School graduate Tiffany Slade plans to attend Elizabeth City-State College, in Elizabeth, N.C.; and Meade High School graduate Quinnethier Williams plans to attend Hampton Institute in Hampton, Va.
The women were chosen for the scholarships based on their SAT scores, academic performance and community involvement, said Rita Brooks, president of the sorority chapter.