Police Charge 2 with Intent to Distribute Cocaine, Marijuana

In a separate incident, police arrested a Baltimore teen Tuesday in connection with the burglary of a Brooklyn Park home.

Pumphrey: Drug arrests

Anne Arundel County police arrested a Glen Burnie man and a Halethorpe man Saturday after discovering substances suspected of being cocaine and marijuana during a traffic stop in Pumphrey, police said.

Paul Douglas St. John, 24, of the 1100 block of Nottingham Drive in Glen Burnie, and Tracy Robert Young III, 42, of the 3800 block of Annapolis Road in Halethorpe, were both charged with possession of cocaine and marijuana with intent to distribute.

According to a police press release, an officer pulled over a 1996 Acura near the intersection of Belle Grove Road and Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard in Pumphrey for a registration violation.

The officer reported that he observed what appeared to be drugs and arrested St. John and Young, police said. Police found more than 196 grams of suspected marijuana and 54 grams of suspected cocaine after searching the car. The drugs and the car were seized.

Brooklyn Park: Burglary/theft arrest

Police arrested a Baltimore teen early Tuesday morning in connection with the burglary of a Brooklyn Park home.

Larry Frank Cobb III, 19, of the 900 block of Patapsco Avenue in Baltimore, was charged with first-degree burglary and theft: $1,000 to under $10,000, according to online court records.

According to a police press release, officers responded to the 100 block of 2nd Avenue in Brooklyn Park for a reported burglary. A man who lived there told police that someone had entered the home while he and his wife were asleep upstairs. The burglary victims discovered a flat screen TV was missing from their living room.

A short time later, officers saw Cobb walking on Marshall Road with a TV. The victim said the TV was the one missing from his home.


This activity report is a selection of local incidents provided as a public service to the community and compiled by Patch. It is not a complete listing of all events and crimes reported.


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