On March 20, a Maryland man was taken into custody after he was accused of distributing narcotics and crack cocaine. The 36-year-old man was accused of distributing the drugs throughout Wicomico County.
While everyone hopes they won't end up pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving, the truth is that it happens to many people. This is why it's best to know what your rights are -- just in case -- you ever find yourself in the situation where an officer is asking, "Have you been drinking tonight?"
In February 2018, former basketball player Glen "Big Baby" Davis was taken into custody by Maryland police. The incident took place on Feb. 7 after the owner of the hotel that he was staying at detected an odor of marijuana coming from his room. The owner eventually called police who did a search of the room after Davis consented to it.
A two-year drug investigation in Maryland has led to the arrest of 19 people, according to an announcement by the Maryland State Police. The sting reportedly broke up a drug ring that supplied heroin and fentanyl in the Baltimore area.
A traffic stop in Maryland has led to drug charges for two people after state police stopped a vehicle in March 2018. State troopers said that they discovered heroin and other drugs inside the car and that a child was present at the time and in the presence of the drugs.
Every driver knows the feeling of driving down the road, only to see the flashing red and blue lights of a police car in the rear view mirror. You have that normal moment -- where you think, maybe it's not for me? It's not until after starting to pull to the side -- to let the officer pass -- that you quickly realize you are in fact the one being pulled over.
A Maryland man is asking for a reduction in his 10-year sentence for distributing cocaine. The 38-year-old man is serving a 20-year prison sentence. One part of the sentence is for shooting a narcotics task force informant. Of the 20-year sentence he received in that case, 10 years were suspended. The other 10 years is the mandatory minimum sentence for cocaine distribution.