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A Baytown schoolteacher was arrested on drug charges after Montgomery County sheriff’s deputies reported finding marijuana, cocaine and Ecstasy in a vehicle in which she was riding.
Angela Newport Rowland, 33, was charged with three counts of drug possession after police found the drugs inside a motor home during a routine traffic stop on Saturday , sheriff’s officials said.
Rowland, who teaches at an elementary school in the Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District, has been placed on administrative leave with pay while the investigation continues, said district spokeswoman Kathy Clausen.
Clausen was not sure which campus employs Rowland.
Authorities stopped the motor home on Interstate 45 near Texas 242 because it had an expired registration, sheriff’s officials said.
After smelling the odor of marijuana, deputies asked to search the vehicle, investigators said. Rowland and three others riding in the motor home consented to the search, they said.
The deputies reported finding small quantities of marijuana, cocaine and the designer drug Ecstasy.
Also arrested were Catherine Elizabeth Labure, 45, of Highlands; Matthew Edward Rowland, 40, of Baytown; and John Douglas Rowland, 43, also of Baytown.
Authorities did not say how Angela Rowland and the two men are related.
All four have since been released from the Montgomery County Jail.
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Hospital security reports a threatening and intimidating. A patient at the Sierra Vista Regional Health Center received his bill, became upset and threatened to punch employees. The investigation led to a man, 42, who was cited and released for threatening and intimidating
Security officers at Marquee, the club at 289 10th Ave., called police when they discovered a potential patron was carrying an unspecified controlled substance. Erin Perry, 22, was charged with the drug violation.
Twenty-2-year-old Timothy Fleagle was struck once. The wound was not considered life-threatening.
Police took the call at 2:35 a.m. Sunday.
Fleagle told officers he had just left the Anchor Bar on Fourth Avenue.
He told officers he had seen the shooter in the bar but did not know him.
Bar security personnel provided first aid until paramedics arrived.
A Des Plaines woman was arrested and charged Friday afternoon after police said she was unruly and refused to leave the Grand Victoria Casino. Beata Mamok, 51, of the 8900 block of Knight Street, is charged with one count of criminal trespass to property in connection with the incident, according to a report. Police said casino security officers asked her to leave while she was arguing loudly with someone on her cell phone. Mamok refused to leave and threw her phone at the security officers, police said. She was released from Elgin Police custody on $100 bond.
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COBB COUNTY, Ga. Nov. 28, 2007
A two-year veteran of the Marietta Police Department, Isaac Saleumsy, 30, is in the Gwinnett County Jail after being arrested Tuesday morning as part of a wide-ranging drug raid that could have international ramifications, according to officials.
Saleumsy’s neighbors said he was arrested near his home near Columns Drive around 5 a.m. Witnesses said dozens of officers, including DEA agents, were on the scene.
Local television news Channel 2 has uncovered an indictment that said Saleumsy was arrested as part of a conspiracy to possess and distribute the drug, Ecstasy. There were more than 30 names on the indictment.
Neighbors said it appeared agents seized drugs when they were at Saleumsy’s home.
Marietta Police said they will hold a news conference later today, Wednesday, to address the situation. Officer Selumsy has been suspended pending his upcoming termination, according to officials.
There was no information yet as to whether Saleumsy posted bond and police say that more information will be released in today’s news conference.
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