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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.

28-year-old man sentenced to federal prison

A 28-year-old Maryland man received an 11-year federal prison sentence for marijuana crimes and money laundering charges. His attorney said that the sentence was much lower than the 13-year sentence that the government wanted. However, she still thinks the sentence is too long. The drug charges involved the distribution of 700 to 1,000 kilograms of marijuana.

Doctor faces charges of online drug sales

A woman on the faculty at the John Hopkins School of Medicine in Maryland was suspended because she allegedly helped her roommate sell popular prescription pain medications over the Internet. The school is working with the authorities as they investigated the involvement of the woman, who is in her second year in a woman's health practice. She confessed that she and her roommate boxed the pills to make them look like candy before they mailed the drugs.

North Korean meth trafficking scandal foiled

Five foreign nationals arrested in Thailand in September were brought to Maryland's neighboring state of New York for trial. The five men in custody are all directly linked to an attempt to smuggle 100 kilograms of high-quality North Korean-made methamphetamine into the U.S.

Online illegal drug market manager pleads guilty to drug charges

Two people involved with Silk Road, an online marketplace known for selling drugs and other illegal items, pleaded guilty Nov. 5 to criminal drug conspiracy charges. A federal prosecutor for the District of Maryland announced the guilty plea recently and condemned individuals skirting the law anonymously through the Internet.

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