Southern Md. Police Beat: Cops Raid Got a Dickens Load of Crack; Stinky-Feet Sullivan Kept Cocaine in his Shoe

Culture Clash drug suspects rounded up by St Mary's Narco Squad

Cops Raid Got a Dickens Load of Crack; Stinky Feet Sullivan Kept Cocaine in his Shoe

He had so much cocaine he knew not what to do, so Sullivan kept his stash in his shoe.

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St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Captain Daniel Alioto reports that Narco Squad Detectives began making undercover purchases of cocaine from Javon Lyzell Dickens, 24, of California, Md., at various locations throughout St. Mary’s County.

As a result of information developed during their investigation, a search and seizure warrant was obtained and executed on Dicken’s California, Md., residence.

Detectives recovered marijuana, related paraphernalia, “crack cocaine” with a street value $1,300, a digital scale with cocaine residue, more than $300.00 in cash and two cellular phones. A 2002 Ford Explorer was also seized.

Javon Lyzell Dickens charged with drug dealing by St. Mary's Sheriff's Narco Cops.

Javon Lyzell Dickens charged with drug dealing by St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Narco Cops.

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Joseph Franklin "Stinky-Feet" Sullivan

Joseph Franklin “Stinky-Feet” Sullivan

A co-conspirator, identified as Courtney Ellen Lacey, 21, and Dickens were arrested and additional charges are expected following a review with State’s Attorney Richard D. Fritz.

Police say that Dickens is currently out on bail awaiting a trial for “Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine and Marijuana” which is set for October 13th, 2015 in the Circuit Court for St. Mary’s County.

A third suspect, Joseph Franklin Sullivan, 20, who is simply a hobo without an address, was inside the residence and a quantity of cocaine was recovered from his shoe.

Cops take the wind out of alleged drug-dealing dirtbag Winder’s sails

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Danielyn Winder ready for another trip to the Big House after drug bust.

Danielyn Winder ready for another trip to the Big House after drug bust.

etectives also identified Danielyn Winder as a distributor of cocaine throughout Southern Maryland to include St. Mary’s County, according to Capt. Alioto.

Undercover purchases of cocaine were conducted and detectives obtained a search and seizure warrant for the target’s person and vehicle. Detectives observed Winder on Great Mills Road and a Vice/Narcotics Support Team Deputy made contact with him, placing him into custody pending execution of the search warrants. The chubby suspected drug dealer Winder, while handcuffed, fled on foot and was caught after a short chase by fleet-footed flatfoots.

Capt. Alioto reports that a search of the then-winded Winder’s person and his vehicle yielded 66 individually packaged baggies of crack cocaine and two additional bags of both power and “crack cocaine” totaling approximately $8,000.

In addition to the cocaine, multiple bottles of “Promethazine” and more than two and half ounces of marijuana, three cellular phones and nearly $3,000 in cash were recovered, say police.

Detective also seized Winder’s 2001 Toyota. Winder is currently out on bail in Calvert County for “Possession with Intent to Distribute” and is scheduled to stand trial on those charges on December 9th, 2015. Additional charges are expected after the investigation is reviewed. 

Winder, of 46014 Saltmarsh Drive, faces a court hearing on Nov. 5, 2015 for escape and possession of drugs on charges filed by Deputy Sheena Tirpak.

Winder is not a stranger to the drug cops as he was indicted for dealing drugs on May 18, 2015 in the Circuit Court for Calvert County, Md. At that time, his address was listed in court records as 20807 Rosslare Court in Lexington Park, Md. Winder’s mouthpiece on that drug dealing rap is Cynthia Panos of Leonardtown.

On Dec. 17, 2001, Winder was indicted on multiple counts of first and second degree assault, attempted murder and conspiracy to commit assault as well as reckless endangerment with use of a handgun in St. Mary’s County Circuit Court. In a plea deal on April 2, 2002, with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz, all charges were dropped except for conspiracy of assault and Winder entered a guilty plea with a sentence of 3 years in prison with none of the time suspended. Winder’s co-defendant was George Vernon Maddox. The arresting officer was Detective David M. Alexander of the St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Department.

 

 

 

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