Ocean City Police Beat / DRUG DEALER JERRY WESTON’S FAST TRACK TO HELL WHEN DEALING HEROIN

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Ocean City Police Beat / DRUG DEALER JERRY WESTON’S FAST TRACK TO HELL WHEN DEALING HEROIN

Ingesting Cocaine Likely Cause of Death of Veteran Drug Dealer

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 (OCEAN CITY, MD) — Jerry Weston outsmarted himself when nabbed with a carload of drugs and took a fatal dose of the drugs he sells to others, dying shortly afterwards as police rushed his expiring carcass to a hospital.

The Maryland State Medical Examiner’s Office told THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY that on August 8, 2016, an autopsy was conducted; but a report on the manner and cause of death has not been completed.

 The State Police reported shortly later that the preliminary information from the autopsy indicates there was no sign of any external trauma that would have caused the death of Weston.  Pathologists did find pieces of latex and a substance believed to be cocaine in Weston’s digestive tract, which is consistent with his statement to police and medical personnel while he was in distress that he had ingested cocaine.

The police said that doctors at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner have ordered additional tests, including toxicology screenings, as part of this autopsy.  Those results are pending and could take up to a month or more to obtain.  Therefore, a ruling has not been made on Weston’s cause and manner of death.  The autopsy remains open pending the results of the ongoing tests.

Ocean City Police reports that Weston’s fellow suspects revealed that Weston swallowed cocaine. The final medical examiner’s report will reveal the exact and perhaps lethal content of Weston’s last supper.

Maryland State Police reported on Aug. 7, 2016, that at the request of the Ocean City Police Department, the Maryland State Police Homicide Unit is conducting an investigation into the death early on Aug. 7, 2016, of a suspect who had been arrested on drug charges and who later died at a hospital after exhibiting symptoms while being processed at the police station.

The deceased is identified as Jerry L. Weston, 37, of Greenwood, DE.  He was pronounced dead at Atlantic General Hospital shortly after 3:30 a.m. on Aug. 7, 2016.

Weston had been arrested along with two others by the Ocean City Police Department on felony drug charges early this morning.  During his processing at the Ocean City Police Department, he began exhibiting signs of physical distress.  The preliminary investigation indicates emergency care was provided, and emergency medical personnel were summoned to the police department. Investigators have learned Weston told those treating him he had ingested cocaine.

Drug suspects often eat their drugs when confronted with the possibility of being arrested, perhaps due to watching too much TV. Baggies of drugs enter the system and can rupture, causing immediate death, as my have been the case in Weston’s demise.

Ocean City Police reports that on August 7, 2016, at approximately 12:24 a.m. Ocean City police conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for a traffic violation in the 10 block of 8th Street. Officers noticed the smell of marijuana emanating from the vehicle upon approach and requested that a Worcester County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit respond to scan the vehicle. The K-9 detected the presence of a controlled dangerous substance and during a search of the vehicle, officers located over 1,500 small bags of heroin and additional narcotics. Officers then arrested three individuals in the vehicle without incident.

At approximately, 2:30 a.m. one of the suspects, whose name is not being released at this time pending notification of next of kin, began to complain of trouble breathing while in custody at the Ocean City Public Safety Building booking facility. At that time, OCPD booking personnel contacted Ocean City Emergency Medical Services (EMS) who responded shortly after. Upon arrival of Ocean City EMS, the individual began to seize and later went into cardiac arrest. Ocean City EMS began conducting lifesaving measures and transported him to Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin, MD where he was later pronounced deceased.

Weston’s body has been taken to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore.  An autopsy is scheduled there tomorrow to determine the cause and manner of death.

Maryland State Police investigators are interviewing police and medical personnel involved in the arrest, transport, and treatment of Weston.

Delaware court records reveal a case that went to the Supreme Court of Delaware on the appeal of a conviction that netted Weston a sentence of more than thirty-four years in prison for distribution of drugs.

Eloyi Roach of Seaford Del and Ryan Steck of Berlin, Md. were with Weston and over 1500 bags of heroin

Eloyi Roach of Seaford Del and Ryan Steck of Berlin, Md. were with Weston and over 1500 bags of heroin

Weston was approached by a warrant squad of the Delaware State Police on August 13, 1999, at 10:00 pm near Seaford, Delaware as Cpl. Rodney Workman and Senior Probation Officer Marian Carey were doing curfew checks of individuals in Sussex County, Delaware. Weston, in particular, was wanted on a felony warrant.

Weston’s luck at evading the warrant squad ran out when his Chevy Blazer ran out of steam on County Road 525. The cops spotted Weston pushing the Blazer and stopped to ask him if he needed help. Weston told them he didn’t and at that point, the officers didn’t realize that the man pushing the vehicle was indeed Weston.

Being good cops, their nose for dirtbags led them to believe they had been had; they doubled back and found Weston filling his vehicle from a gas can. They stopped again and ran a computer check on the tag which showed it was registered to Robert V. Dykes of Laurel, Del.

While underway, Weston told Cpl. Layfield first that he had rented the vehicle for $20 cash. Later during the booking process, Weston admitted he had rented the Blazer for $20 worth of crack cocaine

When Cpl. Workman took Weston into custody he spotted a bag with a pill box contained crack cocaine and marijuana. Cpl. Workman turned Weston over to Del. State Police Cpl. Rodney Layfield who then took Weston to Delaware State Police Troop 4 for booking.

While underway, Weston told Cpl. Layfield first that he had rented the vehicle for $20 cash. Later during the booking process, Weston admitted he had rented the Blazer for $20 worth of crack cocaine. This admission was to Cpl. David Ellingsworth, according to court records.

Cpl Workman questioned Dykes about the Blazer for drugs deal, and Dykes confessed it was true. Dykes told police that Weston had removed the drugs for the rental transaction from a white pill container. Dykes also said he bought drugs a week earlier, on Aug. 6, 1999, from Weston.

It is Weston’s bad luck that he didn’t stay in the slammer longer or that he chose to eat the evidence in this arrest rather than drop it on the ground. He might have gone to jail, but he would have dodged the trip to the morgue.

The high court ruled that Weston’s appeal, which was based on alleged perjured testimony, reliance on a prior bad act (the August 6th drug deal), and that since Weston’s drugs were found, not on her person, but four feet away were all without merit. Supreme Court Justice Joseph T. Walsh noted that the reliability of a witness in a case was all up to a jury as to whether to believe a witness and in this case in Superior Court the jury believe the witness and found Weston guilty.

“This Court has reviewed the record carefully and has concluded Weston’s appeal is wholly without merit and devoid of any arguably appealable issue,” said the Supreme Court which upheld the decision of the conviction.

It is Weston’s bad luck that he didn’t stay in the slammer longer or that he chose to eat the evidence in this arrest rather than drop it on the ground. He might have gone to jail, but he would have dodged the trip to the morgue. 

Heroin The Future is Now

Etoyi J. Roach, of 24138 King Road, Seaford, Del., was charged by Ocean City Police in District Court of Worcester County Md., with possession with the intent to distribute heroin. He was released on bond on Aug. 8, 2016, so he could get back to his routine affairs.

Ryan Steck, of 4 Sandyhook Road in Berlin when not spending time at the Worcester County Jail, was also charged with the heroin distribution counts, which likely upset the sweet deal he got from Worcester County States Attorney Beau Oglesby on Aug. 18, 2015.

A charge of burglary was dropped in return for a guilty plea to theft. The victim, Crazy Louie’s Pawn Shop, was awarded restitution in the amount of $560.00.

THE DEAL:  a sentence of 10 years in the slammer with eight and one-half years dropped meaning that Steck got to stay in the local country club county jail instead of spending time with the Black Guerrilla Family in the state prisons which likely don’t cohabit too well with white guys who look like skinheads.

The deal began to fall apart on June 21, 2016, when Steck violated his probation and court records indicate that Steck had benefited from the Drug Court. With a violation of probation charge pending, Steck newest decision to allegedly dealing drugs to the various druggies vacationing in Ocean City led to his newest set of criminal charges.

Court records indicate Steck is still in the jail without bail.

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