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Police Press Release 9/26/2017

Northern District   


CDS Arrest                                                                                                    Baltimore


On September 25, 2017 at approximately 7:15 p.m., detectives from Northern District Tactical Narcotics Team (TNT) executed a narcotics search warrant at 8 Ballman Court in Baltimore. During a search of the residence, detectives recovered the following items: 


- 22 gelatin capsules each containing suspected Heroin (5.64 grams)

- 28 white circular pills of suspected Trazodone (4.43 grams)

- Digital scale with powder residue

- Suboxone strips

- Pink Containers with powder residue

- 9mm Mordolla Hangun with ammunition




1)      Charles Edward Burke

DOB: 11/19/1984

8 Ballman Court

Baltimore, Maryland  21225











Citizen Robbery                                                                                            Glen Burnie


On September 25, 2017 at approximately 9:54 p.m., officers responded for a citizen robbery at the Glen Burnie Exxon located at 6701 Ritchie Hwy N in Glen Burnie.  The adult male victim stated that was approached by the suspect who displayed a knife and demanded money.  The victim complied and the suspect fled the area on foot.  Several officers responded to canvass the area and located the suspect. The suspect was positively identified by the victim and arrested.  



1)      Robert Lynch, 3rd

DOB: 02/08/79
No fixed address




Western District


Commercial Robbery                                                                                               Hanover


On September 25, 2017 at approximately 9:40 p.m., officers responded for a robbery at the Dollar Tree located at 7651 Arundel Mills Boulevard in Hanover.  Employees stated that as they exited the store after closing, the suspect approached them, displayed a gun, and demanded cash.  The employees complied and the suspect fled from the area.  Officers searched the area with the assistance of K9 and police helicopter but were unable to locate the suspect. 




1)      Black male, red shirt, jean shorts





Traffic Safety Section


Commercial Vehicle Enforcement                                                                           Odenton


During the morning commute on September 25, 2017, members of the Traffic Safety Section and the Western District traffic officer conducted a high intensity commercial vehicle enforcement operation on Patuxent Road between Piney Orchard Parkway and Conway Road in Odenton.  This operation was in direct response to numerous complaints of commercial vehicles ignoring the 5 ton weight restriction through the Walkersville community.


During the operation, officers stopped 16 commercial trucks in violation of the restrictions and conducted North American Standard truck inspections on them with certified truck inspectors.  As a result, over a dozen citations were issued for the overweight violations as well as other citations written for speed, cell phone use and various DOT offenses.  Additionally, one driver was put out of service for medical non-compliance as well as a truck put out of service for regulatory non-compliance.   


This effort is a continuation of commercial vehicle weight enforcement patrols that were conducted in Pasadena and Severna Park last week targeting overweight dump trucks operating from various construction sites throughout the county.  


This enforcement effort supports the Towards Zero Deaths Campaign of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Maryland Highway Safety Office (MHSO).  Anne Arundel County has experienced many commercial vehicle related crashes and this effort hopes to reduce the instances of those behaviors by ensuring compliance with roadway safety restrictions. 


            There will be additional enforcement conducted periodically throughout the county focused on aggressive/distracted driving and commercial vehicle enforcement utilizing allied agencies, covert vehicles and police motorcycles.  Citizens observing any vehicles operated in a careless or reckless manner are asked to contact the police department by calling 911 or the non-emergency number 410 222-8610. 
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