Teacher arrested in park on sex offense...


Teacher arrested in park on sex offense charge

A teacher training to be an administrator at Old Mill High School was arrested Tuesday on charges of soliciting and fondling an undercover police officer in a county park in Glen Burnie.

Carter L. Nicely, 49, of the 400 block of Laurel Valley Court in Arnold was charged with a fourth-degree sex offense and soliciting a lewd act. Neither bail information nor his status with the school system was available.

Police said the undercover officer was approached, solicited and fondled about 2: 15 p.m. in Sawmill Creek Park off Dorsey Road.

Police arrest motorist on drug charges

A Glen Burnie man was arrested and his car was confiscated early yesterday after a search of the vehicle turned up more than 5 pounds of marijuana, county police said.

Gary Jonathan Coleman, 26, of the 100 block of Sloan Drive was charged with possession and possession with intent to distribute marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Officer John Heiser reported stopping a 1993 Honda Accord on Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard near Marley Neck Boulevard shortly after midnight for a traffic violation. Police would not say what the violation was, but said the car matched the description of one used in an armed robbery 20 minutes earlier on Amberly Road.

Heiser said he noticed a strong odor of marijuana, searched the car and found six large bags of a substance that later tested positive for the drug. The marijuana weighed 2,283.4 grams -- a little more than 5 pounds -- which the county police claimed had a street value of more than $10,000.

Two men, one with a gun, stop couple, demand money

Two men, one of them showing a gun, held up a Glen Burnie couple Tuesday but let them go after finding they had no money, county police reported.

Billy Powers, 20, told police he was walking on Upton Road in Harundale with his 17-year-old girlfriend about 11: 30 p.m. when two men approached and one pulled a gun.

The bandits fled when they learned the couple had no money.

Pub Date: 4/24/97

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