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Man and many others face drug charges for cross-country operation

In a country that is supposed to be free, some might find it shocking that there is still such a focus being placed on people who sell drugs to adults who want to experience their effects. Recently, at least 16 people have been charged in connection with an interstate narcotics trafficking scheme. The main person netted in the sting was a 46-year-old man. This case might interest readers in Maryland since seven of the accused people are facing drug charges in the U.S. District Court in Maryland.

Drug charges filed based on package mailed to a Maryland address

When most people think about someone being busted for drugs, they think of police raiding a home or drugs being found during a traffic stop. A recent case in Maryland shows that there are some other instances in which law enforcement officials might allege that drugs were located. In the case of a St. Mary's County man, a package being delivered via the United States Postal Service is what landed him behind bars.

2 charges dropped after dentist pleads guilty to 1 drug crime

There are times when people might act out of character for a variety of reasons. When the person is a medical professional, those out-of-character moments might end up causing more of a stir than they would otherwise. A recent case that involves a Maryland dentist proves this point unequivocally.

Maryland doctor faces 20 years in prison following guilty plea

Doctors have to make sure that they care for patients in a way that is legal and ethical. If the doctor deviates from that, even unintentionally, there is a chance that the doctor could face very serious consequences for those actions. A recent case of a Maryland obstetrician shows just how important it is for doctors to always do things on the up and up.

Father and son face drug charges in Maryland bust

"This is a pretty large-scale drug bust" is how a police spokesperson for the Anne Arundel County Police Department in Maryland describes a bust that occurred on April 8 at around 11 in the morning. Detectives went to a home on Solley Road with a search and seizure warrant that morning and allegedly seized more than $300,000 worth of guns, drugs and money.

Maryland laws regarding marijuana drug charges likely changing

In what some people will consider a victory for those who use marijuana, Governor Martin O'Malley said that he will sign a bill that decriminalizes the possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana. Maryland will join at least 24 other states who have legalized marijuana, approved it for medicinal purposes or decriminalized it.

Maryland club owner sentenced for drug charges and other crimes

For business owners in certain industries, such as the nightclub industry, keeping close tabs on business affairs is necessary. In some cases, those business affairs might be monitored even more closely by law enforcement officers than they are by the business owner. For one former Baltimore club owner, being involved in the local drug trade has landed him a prison sentence.

Maryland State Police find drugs in air cleaner box, 2 arrested

Failing to follow traffic laws, such as wearing a seat belt, can sometimes lead to a traffic stop. In most cases, being pulled over for having an unbuckled passenger is a quick traffic stop. For one 27-year-old man, a Maryland State Police trooper seeing an unbuckled passenger in a vehicle led to much more than.

Drug charges filed against 2 Maryland men after traffic stop

Staying away from the eyes of the police is necessary in some cases. If you are partaking in activities related to drug sales, staying away from situations that might lead to law enforcement officers suspecting your activities is usually a good idea. For two Maryland men, a simple traffic stop led to drug charges.

Search and seizure results in 3 arrests

Three Maryland residents were charged with a variety of drug and weapons-related offenses after law enforcement agencies worked together in a search and seizure in late December that reportedly netted $9,000 in cash, firearms and $50,000 worth of drugs. The Washington County Narcotics Task Force reported that the material seized included suspected heroin weighing about 188 grams as well as suspected meth weighing about 95 grams. The three individuals taken into custody included a 22-year-old woman and two men, 26 and 28. One of the men was held without bond; the other man and the woman were held on a bond of $50,000.

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