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Police Seize Guns and Drugs From Glen Burnie Home

Police arrest four people and make several drug charges against three.

Anne Arundel County police found several types of drugs and guns while carrying out a drug warrant Thursday night in Glen Burnie.

At approximately 10 p.m., officers carried out a narcotics warrant at a home on the 100 block of Queen Anne Road after "numerous" complaints were made to authorities, according to police.

Officers arrested four people inside the home and seized more than 5 grams of crack cocaine, .72 grams of heroin, two shotguns, a handgun, a rifle and drug paraphernalia.

Police charged Alondo Oliver, 39, of Glen Burnie, with possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession of cocaine and possession of paraphernalia.

Police charged Diane Oliver, 45, of Glen Burnie, with possession of paraphernalia.

Police charged Shane Adams, 32, of Glen Burnie, with possession of heroin and three counts of possessing paraphernalia. He also was served multiple arrest warrants for 14 counts of theft.

Police also charged Mark Lawrence Smith, 26, of Pasadena, with possession of heroin and possession of paraphernalia.

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Sanchez December 15, 2012 at 02:53 PM
If anyone, ANYONE but myself would look at the priors of these 4 "people" they would be as disgusted as I am about the endless release of these criminals to again victimize the law abiding of the state of Maryland. The police arrest these same 4 over and over and they are NOLLE PROSEQUI and Guilty with all jail suspended and firearms, drugs, robbery, theft charges. More than 50 line items among them. Is it safe to say that each line item cost the the fewer and fewer taxpayers $10000 each? Mark Lawrence Smith, 26, of Pasadena, the newbie, the youngest, 5 line items on the Free Them Fast website. Alondo Oliver, 39, of Glen Burnie, 23 line items on the Free Them Fast website. Shane Adams, 32, of Glen Burnie, 19+ line items on the Free Them Fast website. These people may spend as much time in the CJS as you do at work. And you pay your $40 for speeding, or standing still, so they can pay for all this expense in the CJS. Broken and dangerous to the law abiding citizens of Maryland. And they still violate our rights to defend ourselves.
1ke December 15, 2012 at 06:54 PM
Should the legislature raise taxes to build more jails and more courtrooms?
Sanchez December 17, 2012 at 02:07 PM
Is $1.2 BILLION a year and one of the states largest agencies not enough to keep the citizens of Maryland safe from such repeat offenders 1ke?
Alondo Oliver December 18, 2012 at 07:00 PM
Y'all need something better to do with your time !!!!!!
Sanchez December 18, 2012 at 08:05 PM
Alondo Oliver, 39, of Glen Burnie, 23 line items on the Free Them Fast website. Seems YOU need to spend a few dozen years behind bars where you cannot cost the taxpayers any more blood or money.

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