Wicomico Sheriff Police Beat / Brownie Boy Daniel Brittingham nabbed with 17 packs of pot-laced brownies

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Wicomico Sheriff Police Beat / Brownie Boy Daniel Brittingham nabbed with 17 packs of pot-laced brownies

Daniel Jacob Brittingham, Pittsville, MD Brownie Boy nabbed with pot-laced brownies in 17 bags Wicomico SO Md 032717

SALISBURY, MD. – Wicomico County Sheriff Mike Lewis says that a Pittsville man was packing enough fudge, er, brownies, to qualify for selling dope. He may get enough prison time to also try his hand at packing fudge. 

Police report that on March 23, 2017, at 11:38 PM, Deputy Kolb stopped a vehicle operated by Daniel Brittingham, of 4682 Powellville Road, Pittsville, Md.  after observing Brittingham driving erratically. Upon contacting Brittingham, the deputy detected the odor of marijuana emanating from within his vehicle. During a subsequent search, the deputy located a clear plastic container that held what was recognized as marijuana. Further search revealed 17 individually wrapped baggies that each contained a brownie. Upon inspection of the brownie, the deputy determined they were laced with marijuana.

Lt. Tim Robinson reports that a further search also revealed digital scales.

Due to the amount of marijuana located, in conjunction with the individual packaging of the marijuana brownies, Brittingham was arrested and charged with Possession of Marijuana with the Intent to Distribute.

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Due to the amount of marijuana located, in conjunction with the individual packaging of the marijuana brownies, Brittingham was arrested and charged with Possession of Marijuana with the Intent to Distribute.

The deputy transported Brittingham to the Central Booking Unit where he was processed and taken in front of the District Court Commissioner. Following an initial appearance, the Commissioner detained Brittingham in the Detention Center in lieu of $5,000.00 bond.

Charges: Possession of CDS with the Intent to Distribute, Possession of CDS. Brittingham has a taxpayer-provided free attorney so he won’t have to dig into his drug dealing money to pay for a real lawyer.

Wicomico County Sheriff’s Deputy Riggin charged Brittingham with DUI and assorted speeding and traffic charges when he operated his Jeep on Crooked Oak Lane at Pemberton Drive on Dec. 22, 2014. In a plea deal with Wicomico County States Attorney Maciarello on Feb. 23, 2015, (in 2016 Maciarello was appointed a Circuit Court Judge) Brittingham entered a guilty plea in return for Probation Before Judgement. The Deal: no jail time but since the probation period ran until Aug. 23, 2016, according to court records, he may be home free for no backup time. The deal also included a mere $232.50 fine which is nothing for an alleged drug dealer.  In this DUI case, Brittingham once again called upon the taxpayers to cough up a free attorney to represent him.

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