Friday, January 18, 2008

$37,000 Worth Of Crack Found In Eastport

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On January 16th at 11:33 PM, officers on foot patrol in the 1100 block of
Madison Street checked on a suspicious man seen loitering near building 1155.
The man fled upon the officers* approach, and could not be located. The officers
checked the area in which he had been seen, and a bag containing approximately
375 grams of crack cocaine with a street value of about $37,000.00 was found. It
was confiscated, and the investigation is continuing.
The location of the crime is 1 block away from Housing Authority Headquarters.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Well, we're not even out of January, and we've got $37,000 of crack on Madison Street and two dead young people on Ben's Drive (put down 2 on the 2008 murder rate for Annapolis). Don't you just love the roaring success of Public Housing. I can sure understand why Trudy McFall thinks she should be Mayor. And, where are those Segways and that horse. This would have never happen if we just had those.

The "Stop Gunfire" folks in Eastport are just the tip of the iceberg. I think you're now going to see a level of indignation from the public that might finally clear out the gross incompetence of people like Ellen Moyer and Trudy McFall. Skyrocketing taxes, millions lost on the Market House, Police station and Pension Fund, coupled with an obscene rate of murder and crime. What's the Mayor doing, making sure city janitors use biodegradable garbage bags.

Bob McWilliams