Dispute at Royal Inn Results in Three Arrests

Police arrested three people after being called to the Odenton motel for a disturbance.

A fight over illegal drugs at the Royal Inn at 1630 Annapolis Rd. resulted in the arrest of three people on Friday night, according to Anne Arundel County Police.

Police were called to the Odenton motel shortly before 10 p.m. for a disturbance. Witnesses told police an assault had occurred and pointed to a car trying to leave the parking lot. Witnesses identified the occupants of the vehicle as being responsible.

Officers stopped the 2004 gold Chevy Trailbazer and discovered more than 13 grams of crack cocaine. Police arrested the driver Lucretia Bosworth, 26, of Halethorpe, and charged her with possession and possession with intent to distribute. Officers seized her car because they said it was used "a conveyance mechanism for the suspected controlled dangerous substances."

The passenger Thomas Brook Jr., 31, of Pasadena, was arrested because he had an open arrest warrant for violation of probation. He was in possession of more than $3,200 at the time of his arrest, and officers seized the money as suspected proceeds of drug crimes.

Police reported that a subsequent investigation revealed that the disturbance call came in because of a dispute over illegal drugs.

Officers also arrested Ashley Beatty, 27, of Pasadena, because she had an open arrest warrant. Beatty was one of the witnesses who pointed out the Trailblazer to police when they arrived.

Red Dolphin September 23, 2012 at 01:30 AM
see its not always black folk... so I dont want the hear all the complainers when it is.
Red Dolphin September 23, 2012 at 01:39 AM
ashely has a string of traffic cases a several CDS charges . what an up standing citizen
mark johnson September 23, 2012 at 04:24 AM
I missed the part where it metioned the race of the criminals. In typical Patch fashion, they left the race out of the article. How did you figure it out?
lindsay September 23, 2012 at 07:56 PM
What a bunch of idiots. The male calls the police about a dispute over drugs...yet didn't think about the violation of probation warrent he had under his name. (Trust me he knew about it...90% of ppl who violate know they hv done so.) And the chick who pointed out the car also had a warrent so why would she get involved instead of walking away? Dummies, bet these two idiots wish they had taken the loss instead of trying to involve the law...especially considering they were breaking the law to begin with!
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