BROOKLYN PARK, MD. — A man charged with selling heroin is now under arrest and will cause disappointment for his druggie customers who will now have to seek another merchant of death.
Anne Arundel County Police report that on October 21, 2014, detectives from Northern District’s Tactical Narcotics Team (TNT) and Tactical Patrol Unit (TPU) concluded an ongoing drug investigation. During the past month, undercover detectives began purchasing heroin from a suspect in the area of Church Street and 6th Avenue in Brooklyn/Brooklyn Park.
On October 21st, undercover detectives made contact with the suspect and purchased heroin for the fifth time.
After this purchase was made, an arrest team of detectives apprehended and arrested the subject. A search warrant was then served at the suspect’s residence.
As a result, detectives seized 223 individual pills of heroin with a street value of $3,000 along with $1,976 in U.S. Currency.
Suspect: Timothy Michael Williams, 34, of 2418 East Hoffman Street, Baltimore, Md
– CDS distribution of heroin (5 counts)
– CDS possession with intent to distribute heroin
– CDS possession of heroin