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Police Press Release February 9, 2017

Northern District

 

Robbery                                                                                                         Brooklyn Park

 

On February 10, 2017 at approximately 4:01 a.m., officers responded for a robbery at the 7-Eleven located at 4000 Ritchie Highway in Brooklyn Park.  A male entered the store, implied he had a handgun in his waistband and announced a robbery.  The clerk complied with the suspect’s demands to hand over cash from the register.  The suspect then fled from the store.  Officers searched the area with the assistance of the police K9 unit, however were unable to locate the suspect.  The clerk was not injured during the incident.

 

Suspect: White male wearing dark clothing

Heroin Arrest                                                                                                                    Glen Burnie

 

On February 7, 2017 at approximately 4:50 p.m., the Anne Arundel County Heroin Task Force, which is comprised of members from the Anne Arundel County Police Department, the Anne Arundel County Sheriff's Office, the Annapolis Police Department and the Baltimore Police Department, with the assistance of officers of Northern District and the K-9 Unit arrested the below listed suspect during a traffic stop on Crain Hwy, Glen Burnie.  This was in reference to the investigation of multiple overdose cases within Anne Arundel County.   During the traffic stop, subsequent K-9 scan and search of the vehicle, detectives located 12 heroin gel-capsules (3.62 grams), 46 various controlled prescription pills, a vial of liquid morphine and related paraphernalia.    The suspect was arrested and charged as indicated.

 

Arrested:

 

Laura Michelle Bruce

DOB: 06/01/1984

100 block of Lake Shore Road, Pasadena, MD

 

Charges:

 

-          Possession of Heroin

-          PWID Heroin

-          Possession of CDS not Marijuana (6 counts)

Possession of CDS Paraphernalia

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