Arrest - 12XX LITTLEBROOK DRIVE, FREDERICK, MD
08/02/2012 07:00 PM.
On Thursday August 2, 2012 at approximately 1900 hours officers of the Frederick Police Department responded to the 1200 block of Littlebrook Drive in an effort to locate a wanted subject. Officers had received an anonymous tip that a wanted subject, later identified as Ralph Forrest Snyder III, was hiding in an apartment there. Upon arrival officers noticed the subject through a front window. Upon seeing the officers Snyder ran toward the back of the apartment. Officers were let in by the lessee. Snyder was found in a back room hiding. Officers noticed some suspected heroin nearby Snyder where he was found. Permission was obtained from the lessee to search the rest of the apartment. OFC Kevin Meyer located a quantity of suspected marijuana along with a scale near where Snyder was located. Further search revealed more heroin, in sufficient quantity to indicate an intent to distribute. Through the course of the investigation a female, who was later identified as Ariska Yvonne Quamina, was also arrested. Both subjects were transported to central booking where they were awaiting a hearing before a District Court Commissioner. The arrestees’ information and charges are as follows:
-Snyder III, Ralph Forrest (B/M/3/1983)
8300 block Inspiration Avenue
1) Arrest warrant-fleeing and eluding/driving on revoked license/various other traffic charges
2) Possession of marijuana
3) Possession of heroin
4) Possession w/intent to distribute heroin
5) Possession of paraphernalia (3x)
-Quamina, Ariska Yvonne (B/F/3-15-1991)
600 block Angelwing Lane
1) Possession of marijuana
2) Possession of heroin
3) Possession w/intent to distribute heroin
4) Possession of paraphernalia (3x)
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