Going off to college provides young people with an opportunity to spread their wings and try things they never have before. Parents trust their college-age kids will make good decisions, but unfortunately, that doesn't always happen.
After coming across a stash of controlled substances, deputies from the Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Office arrested a 66-year-old-man on April 12 and seized his vehicles and cash. Officers from a local anti-narcotics task force executed a warrant on the Grasonville residence and found more than 100 grams of cocaine, 25 grams of heroin, paraphernalia and nearly $5,700 in cash.
When you sent your son or daughter off to college here in Maryland, you probably experienced excitement, pride and trepidation all at the same time. You want your child to do well, but you also know that this is the first time he or she is away from home.
In Maryland, a Queen Anne's County Drug Task Force investigation has resulted in multiple drug charges for one Grasonville man. On April 12 at 10:30 a.m., authorities executed a warrant at his home in the 200 block of Grasonville Cemetery Road. According to news sources, the man is scheduled to appear in Queen Anne's County District Court on May 10 in connection with the charges.
Two Maryland residents were taken into custody on March 29 after the Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Office executed a search warrant on their home. The press release says that although law enforcement knocked on the door at 8 a.m., there was no answer, so they entered through a locked door.
Having a police officer accuse you of drinking and driving is nerve-wracking. And while the next day after an arrest you will no doubt still be quite shaken up by the whole ordeal, this is unfortunately just the beginning. What happens next - the actions you take or do not take -- have the potential to greatly change the trajectory of the next few years of your life.
Maryland police took seven people into custody after receiving a tip that Eutaw Liquor Store was involved in the drug trade. During a search of the premises, authorities claim to have found about $12,000 in cash in addition to a variety of controlled substances such as crack cocaine and marijuana. A scale, razors and shotgun shells were also reportedly found in the raid. As a result of the raid, a 51-year-old man and his 45-year-old wife were taken into custody.