Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Greco Brothers Arrested for Theft, Drugs

From The Annapolis Patch:

Two brothers from Davidsonville were arrested in Annapolis after an officer reported finding stolen property and drugs in their car on Tuesday.
Police said an officer responded to the parking lot of Safelite Auto Glass at 1950 West St. at 4 p.m. Tuesday for a report of two men going through cars parked on the lot.
The officer reportedly discovered Anthony Greco, 22, and Nicholas Greco, 21, inside a Ford F-150 with a powdery substance and a metal spoon—which the officer believed was being used to prepare drugs for injection.
A pack of Maverick cigarettes was found on the floor along with eight blue prescription pills and two yellow prescription pills, according to a police report. When the officer searched Anthony Greco, he found three more blue prescription pills in his pants pocket.
Police later identified the blue bills as Alprazolam, also known by the brand name Xanax, and the yellow pills as Zolpidem—a sleep aid branded as Ambien.
A Safelite employee approached the officer as he was searching the car, and said that the Greco brothers stole his Tom Tom GPS unit.
Police said they found the GPS unit as well as a Xbox 360 and a car speaker.
The officer checked with a nearby pawn shop and the owner said the brothers attempted to pawn the gaming system and the speaker earlier that day.
The brothers were both charged with possession of a controlled and dangerous substance, possession of paraphernalia, rogue and vagabond, removal of a required label on prescription drugs and theft less than $100.
Anthony Greco also faces theft and vagabond charges from an October arrest, and he faces possession charges from an arrest in August, according to online court records.
Police released Nicholas Greco (bottom picture) on personal recognizance, but Anthony Greco (top picture)  was remanded to the Jennifer Road Detention Center on $7,500 bond.

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