As reported by SMNewsNet.com, detectives recently received a report that a Mechanicsville man was involved in the distribution of crack cocaine. Undercover purchases were successfully made leading to the suspect being indicted and arrested. The accused was held without bond upon arrest.
Detectives reportedly observed a male suspect, age 30, from Mechanicsville distribute tablets to another male, age 17, in a local business’ parking lot. The Oxycodone tablets that were allegedly exchanged along with the money were recovered, as was a prescription that had been altered. The subject who distributed the tablets was arrested and charged. Charges are pending against the male juvenile who received the tablets during the transaction.
A Piney Point area traffic stop was conducted by Captain Daniel Alioto, who was off duty at the time, and contact was made with the driver. Captain Alioto detected the odor of burnt marijuana. A vehicle search uncovered a smoking device, an amount of marijuana, and several oxycodone tablets. The suspect was charged with drug possession upon the arrival of the Vice Narcotics Support Team Deputy.
Being charged with a drug crime in Maryland can result in serious consequences that can impact an individual’s personal relationships as well as his or her ability to find employment for years to come. In a drug case, the prosecution will often try for the maximum penalties. If you are facing drug charges in the state of Maryland, you will need aggressive legal representation. The drug crime defense attorneys at the firm of Alpert Schreyer have the experience and the resources needed and will build an aggressive defense in order to achieve the best possible outcome in your case. Call us at (800) 489-1577 to discuss the details of your case in confidence.