From the Harford County Sheriff’s Office:
[November 22, 2013, Bel Air, MD] — An alert citizen at a local shopping center was instrumental in Harford County Sheriff’s deputies making two arrests for drug possession and distribution.
On Thursday, November 21st at approximately 1:00 p.m., DFC Charles Sadowski was off-duty when he was flagged down by a citizen at the Home Depot at 655 Marketplace Drive in Bel Air, who reported a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot. The citizen observed an occupied vehicle on the lot and the vehicle’s tags were covered in black tape obscuring the license plate numbers.
Deputies Matt Schueler and Stavros Kalambihis approached the car and made contact with Dawn Renee Jones, 46, of 2621 Wycliff Rd, in Baltimore. As police were speaking to Jones, a male subject identified as Randy Craig Hubbe, 47, of 8712 Summit Ave in Baltimore, approached the deputies and acknowledged he was the owner of the 2007 Ford. A further check of the car showed the tags had expired and neither Hubbe nor Jones had a valid license. As a result, Hubbe was advised the vehicle could not be operated and would have to be towed.
As deputies began inventorying the vehicle they found multiple clear capsules containing suspected heroin. Both subjects were immediately taken into custody. Deputies subsequently recovered thirty two (32) capsules of suspected heroin. Hubbe and Jones were transported to the Harford County Detention Center where they were charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance and possession with intent to distribute. Hubbe was additionally charged with traffic offenses. After a hearing before a Harford County District Court Commissioner Hubbe was incarcerated in lieu of $10,000 bond and Jones was held on $7,500.