Maryland State Police Beat / Convicted drug dealer Jesse Patrick Goble was gobbling heroin before crashing into trees

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Convicted drug dealer Jesse Patrick Goble was gobbling heroin before crashing into trees

Jesse Goble the pill popping, heroin ingesting distribution king of Mechanicsville Md.

MECHANICSVILLE, MD. – In case you might be wondering what the driver next to you on local roadways might be snorting, shooting, drinking or injecting, there is always the possibility that the substance is heroin – as in the case of this driver when he crashed into trees.

Maryland State Police report that on May 17, 2017, at 403 p.m., TFC Brandy Ditoto responded to the area of Livingston Drive, Mechanicsville for a reported single vehicle accident.  Upon arrival, TFC B. Ditoto observed a vehicle off of the roadway and in the trees.  The driver was unconscious and drug paraphernalia was observed in plain view. TFC B. Ditoto and TPR Holson provided immediate aid to the driver, who was later identified as Jesse Patrick Goble, 27, of 38577 Lockes Forest Lane, Mechanicsville, Md.

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Police say that Goble later admitted he ingested heroin.   Goble was transported to MedStar St. Mary’s for medical treatment.  He was released from MedStar and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center and charged with Driving while impaired by CDS; CDS Possession and Possession of CDS Paraphernalia.

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Goble is facing a paternity hearing which could lead to an order for child support. Using heroin might inhibit his ability to get a job to pay for his alleged child as the DNA report has been sealed but a court hearing will be held on July 18, 2017.

 

Goble is facing a paternity hearing which could lead to an order for child support. Using heroin might inhibit his ability to get a job to pay for his alleged child as the DNA report has been sealed but a court hearing will be held on July 18, 2017.

Goble was charged with possession of drugs by St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Deputy Joe Somerville on March 12, 2014, and in a plea deal with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz, the drug charge was put on the Stet Docket on Oct. 16, 2014, with no fine and no time. Goble was represented by attorney Leonard L. Casalino to make the deal with Fritz.

Charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and drugs on March 2, 2012, by St. Mary’s Deputy Michael Labanowski, Goble’s attorney Shane Mattingly, of Leonardtown, entered into a plea deal on June 7, 2012, with Fritz. THE DEAL: in return for a guilty plea to possession of drugs, Goble was sentenced to 30 days in jail with all 30 days suspended and no fine.

Goble was seized by a narcotics investigation in 2012 that crossed state lines, from St. Mary’s County to Fairfax, Virginia.

Capt. Daniel Alioto, Commander Narco Squad

Narco Boss Daniel Alioto, commander of the Narco Squad of the St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Department reported in March of 2012, that Vice Narcotics detectives continued their investigation into the prescription fraud and distribution network that was being conducted by Suspect Jesse Patrick Goble, 22, of Charlotte Hall. Detectives began to work with detectives from the Fairfax County Police Department.

A search and seizure warrant was obtained and executed with the assistance of St. Mary’s County Emergency Services Team and the St. Mary’s County K-9 Unit, while in the company of Fairfax County detectives. Recovered were 37 Oxycodone Pills (Street Value of $1,110), marijuana, a laptop computer, desktop computer, printer/scanner and two handguns (.25 and .44 caliber). Goble was arrested and additional charges are pending. Goble was under indictment for felony drug charges and awaiting trial in St. Mary’s County.

With attorney Shane Mattingly representing Goble, a plea deal with Fritz was reached on June 13, 2012, with Goble entering a guilty plea to the prescription drug scheme. THE DEAL: Three years in prison with two years suspended which resulted in the prison time being served in the local country club jail known as the Hotel St. Mary’s. The deal also called for three years’ probation. Jason Anthony Hoover, of 37266 Tanyard Drive, in Mechanicsville, was his co-defendant.

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