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Charles Aaron Nicosia Green, 21, of Edgewood has been charged with possession and possession with intent to distribute cocaine after being arrested for the second time this month, a spokesman for the Harford County Sheriff's Office said.

Mr. Green of the 1900 block of Edgewater Drive was arrested in Edgewood about 8 p.m. Tuesday as he was being served a Harford County Circuit Court indictment, said Sgt. Edward Hopkins, the spokesman.

Two officers delivering the indictment said Mr. Green tried to flee and removed a package from his pants pocket and threw it to a woman standing nearby, Sergeant Hopkins said. The woman tossed the package down a stairway, the officers said.

After capturing Mr. Green, the officers recovered the package, which they said contained 43 bags of crack cocaine.

On Oct. 10, Mr. Green was arrested during a raid in Aberdeen by narcotics officers, Sergeant Hopkins said. Mr. Green was wanted at that time on a warrant issued in May charging that narcotics officers had found crack cocaine worth $15,000 during a May search of Mr. Green's apartment, Sergeant Hopkins said.

Deputies almost caught Mr. Green on May 5, but he eluded them by jumping from a moving vehicle in Abingdon and running away, Sergeant Hopkins said.

After the Oct. 10 arrest, Mr. Green was freed on a $25,000 bond, a jail spokesman said.

He is now being held without bond at the Harford County Detention Center, a jail spokeswoman said.

Mr. Green's mother, Jeanette Janet Green, 42, of the same Edgewater Drive address was arrested Tuesday on charges of disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, and assault and battery, Sergeant Hopkins said. She was released on her own recognizance, a jail spokeswoman said.

In other recent Harford County police matters:

* Sheriff's detectives used dental records last week to identify a man found dead in his apartment Oct. 18 as John Scott Furches, 37, of the 3900 block of Conowingo Road in Darlington, a sheriff's spokesman said.

A state medical examiner ruled the death a homicide after determining Mr. Furches had been beaten. Detectives know of no suspects or motive for the homicide, which occurred about 10 to 14 days before the body was found, the spokesman said.

* Delon Andre Wiggleton, 18, of the 700 block of Mayton Court was charged with attempted armed robbery, assault and related weapons charges.

Witnesses said two men walked into the Del Mobil Service

Center in the 800 block of Conowingo Road in Bel Air about 9:15 p.m. Oct. 18. As one man bought a pack of gum, the second grabbed the attendant and held a knife to the attendant's throat.

The suspects could not get the cash register open, and the attendant refused to open it, so the robbers fled, witnesses said.

Police said Mr. Wiggleton is being held at the Harford County Detention Center in lieu of $25,000 bond.

* Sheriff's detectives are seeking a man who robbed the Signet Bank at the Festival of Bel Air shopping center on Bel Air South Parkway about 1 p.m. Thursday and fled north on Route 924 with an undisclosed amount of money.

Witnesses said the robber handed the teller a note demanding money. They said he showed no weapon.

* A 23-year-old Bel Air man is being held in lieu of $25,000 bond at the Harford County Detention Center on charges of raping and kidnapping his estranged wife.

The Sun does not identify victims of rape and is not naming the man in order to protect her privacy.

* Sheriff's detectives are searching for a man and woman who a taxicab driver said robbed him about 3 a.m. Tuesday in Edgewood.

Andrew Lewis DeOrge, 54, of Joppa told deputies that he picked up the couple on Hanson Road in Edgewood and drove them to the Grove Apartments in the 6200 block of Edgewood Road.

Mr. DeOrge said the man left to get money to pay the fare and returned. He said the couple talked briefly and the woman suddenly grabbed him around the neck and held a sharp object to his throat.

Mr. DeOrge said they demanded his money and fled with an undisclosed amount.

Anyone with information should contact the Crime Solvers' hot line at (410) 877-STOP or Cpl. Paul Cole of the sheriff's office at (410) 836-5436.

Callers need not give their name or appear in court, but may be eligible for a reward up to $1,000 if their information leads to the arrest and indictment of a suspect in this case, a sheriff's spokesman said.

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