Glen Burnie: Undercover arrests
Anne Arundel County police, in coordination with the Mass Transit Authority, arrested five people from March 8-9 during an undercover operation at the Cromwell Light Rail Station in Glen Burnie.
During the operation, police arrested three people who allegedly sold drugs to undercover officers, one person was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and one person was served with an outstanding warrant, according to a police press release.
Kai Hasani Farrell, 34, of the 1600 block of Federal Street in Baltimore was charged with distribution of marijuana, possession with intent to distribute marijuana and possession of marijuana.
Wanda Kaye Wallis, 41, of the 4200 block of Wilkins Avenue in Baltimore was charged with distribution of Xanax and possession of Xanax.
Sean Connery Thomas, 43, of the unit block of Liberty Place Road was charged with distribution of Xanax and possession of Xanax.
Gerald Wright, 51, of the 9000 block of Gross Avenue in Laurel was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of Xanax.
Ronald Jerome Clayton, 28, of the 2500 block of Markham Lane in Hyattsville was served a warrant for violation of probation. There was no booking photo of Clayton on file, police said.
During the operation, detectives seized 15 suspected Xanax pills, 7.62 grams of suspected marijuana, 21 suspected promethazine pills and $340 in cash.
Glen Burnie: Robbery
Four male suspects allegedly robbed two men and a woman early Wednesday morning as they sat in a car in Glen Burnie, police said.
According to a police press release, officers responded to the 300 block of Juneberry Way in Glen Burnie at about 2:45 a.m. for a reported robbery.
Police spoke with the two men and a woman who said they were sitting in a parked car when four male suspects approached them and forced them out of the car. The suspects assaulted the men and stole cash and other personal items from the victims.
The suspects ran from the scene toward the Roots Drive area of Heritage Hills. One of the men received minor injuries but refused medical treatment at the scene.
Officers searched the area on foot and in patrol cars but were unable to find the suspects, police said.
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