NEWS AND COMMENTARY
Operation Blue Christmas:
A special presentation by the detectives of the St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Narco Squad and law officers of various federal and state task forces.
(Editor’s Note: The following persons are newly charged with serious crimes but not yet convicted of these crimes. Many of them are career dirtbags, drug dealers and criminal offenders with long records. They are all are presumed innocent until proven to be dirtbags.)
Captain Daniel Alioto of the St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Vice Squad reports that a major effort to clean up the illegal drug trade that continues to flourish in St. Mary’s County as well as the rest of the nation has been dampened for a while with many of local traffickers searching for ways to escape charges. With the participation of the federal task forces in the investigations and probes, many of those arrested are or will soon be, facing federal charges. Federal convictions can land some of the alleged drug dealers behind bars for long stretches of time, away from their families and their support groups of fellow criminals. The bright side is that they will be able to get some new tattoos.
Alioto noted that some of those rounded up in Operation Blue Christmas are long-time drug dealers and second-generation drug offenders who have followed criminal members of their family in the pursuit of a fast buck by dealing in cocaine and other popular narcotics. One such arrestee, currently on probation, is Ryan Page, son of the infamous and notorious drug dealer Bobby Page who was active in the 1980’s and 90’s, and nephew of Jeff Page. The last Page forfeited his house to St. Mary’s County as part of a drug conviction and law officers dug up a large area of his property with a backhoe looking for ill-gotten gains. The property became the St. Mary’s County Hospice where people now go to die gently as opposed to those who died of drug overdoses and suicides at the hands of the area’s many drug dealers.
The liberal loonies and libertarians who argue for legalization, of drugs due to being a victimless crime are either in cahoots with the drug dealers or are simply mind-numbingly stupid.
Now for more stories from the Naked City, of which there are thousands, as the old crime show often noted.
Another career drug dealer, noted Alioto, is Norman Dickerson, who is fifty-five years of age and has just had his future as a drug dealer find a sudden arresting development in his career path.
Capt. Alioto reports that over the past several months, the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Vice/Narcotics Division has utilized various investigative tactics to include undercover drug buys while identifying numerous drug dealers throughout St. Mary’s County. Through these investigations, the Vice/Narcotics Division has obtained numerous criminal charges and have also obtained search and seizure warrants for various residences and vehicles of identified drug dealers.
The purpose of this operation is to dismantle drug networks by locating and arresting wanted individuals and executing search and seizure warrants upon the bodies, vehicles, and residences of drug distributors. Assisting with this operation were members of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Vice/Narcotics Division, with the assistance of the Emergency Services Team, K9, Patrol Division, Narcotics Support Team Members, officers from the DEA HIDTA Task Force (DEA Group 48) and the Annapolis Office of the FBI.
Search and seizure warrants were obtained and executed on a residence in the 46000 block of Pleasant Dr. in Lexington Park.
The target of the warrant was Norman Kenneth Dickerson, 55. Dickerson was located and arrested on five open Grand Jury indictments for “Distribution of Cocaine” and “Conspiring to Distribute Cocaine”. Additional suspects were arrested when a search revealed misdemeanor amounts of controlled substances.
Lori Maria Dickerson, 49, was arrested and charged with possession of cocaine and a related smoking device as well as being served a criminal citation for possession of marijuana under 10 grams.
Mary Theresa Dickerson, 57, of 46121 Pleasant Drive, Lexington Park, Md., which is rather an older age for an alleged crackhead to reach, was arrested for possession of cocaine and a related smoking device. She was released on bond in time to return to her Christmas shopping.
On April 5, 2014, she was charged with theft and on July 31, 2014, in a plea deal with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz, she entered a guilty plea and received 30 days in jail with 24 suspended and no fine. Public Defender Makeba Gibbs gave her a vigorous defense as her free attorney.
Between 2007 and 2013 Dickerson was cited numerous times for not having a driver’s license, tags or insurance.
On Sept. 19, 2006, Dickerson was arrested for distribution of cocaine by Maryland State Police Sgt. Jeffrey Jones and charged in District Court of St. Mary’s County. On Dec. 6, 2006, in a plea deal with States Attorney Fritz, she entered a guilty plea. She was sentenced to 213 days in jail with credit for time served of 213 days and left court a free drug dealer and able to pursue her career goals. Two Public Defenders were on her case; Shawn Hrotic and Adam D. Perrelli.
With St. Mary’s narcotics detectives Russell C. Trow, Philip Joseph and Michael Butler conducting a lengthy investigation that led to States Attorney Richard Fritz indicting Dickerson, via the St. Mary’s Circuit Court Grand Jury, three times in 2003 for dealing cocaine, all three indictments were dropped by Fritz on Sept. 27, 2004 with no time and no fine. She must have rolled over some fairly powerful drug dealers to get out of that scrape.
On Jan. 15, 1999, in one of the first cases that Fritz prosecuted after being elected States Attorney, Dickerson was charged with dealing cocaine in a Circuit Court case. On Aug. 25, 2000, her guilty plea got her a deal and three years in prison with no suspended time, which may account for the break in her continuous criminal record as a drug dealer until 2003.
Donald Anthony Somerville, 58, was charged on a criminal summons for possession of marijuana under 10 grams. A quantity of cocaine was recovered from the home as well.
An arrest by Maryland State Trooper Tchi–Ngambu for drugs in 2011 resulted in a year in jail in a plea deal on March 15, 2012. No time was suspended, according to court records. Ashley Rankin was the public defender in this case and many criminals know they fare better when they go hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to avoid jail time. The more successful attorneys always donate large sums to sponsor golf tournaments at political fundraisers for Fritz and have more success at getting good plea deals. Public Defenders, for the most part, don’t donate to politicians or play golf.
On Aug. 14, 2010, Somerville went down for the count on possession of drugs and paraphernalia. In a plea deal on Dec. 1, 2010, he entered a guilty plea and got no time and a fine of $500, with $407.50 of the fine suspended. He was also given probation until Dec. 1, 2011.
On Feb. 13, 1996, Somerville was arrested in Calvert County by Deputy B. R. Jones for possession of drugs. He entered a guilty plea on May 15, 1997 and was given 6 months in jail. The deal with the Calvert County States Attorney included 4 months and 17 days suspended and credit for time served of 43 days.
Rashaud Martese Nelson, 26, of 46584 Yorktown Road, Lexington Park, Md., was identified as a distributor of cocaine. Several undercover purchases were made by detectives and Nelson was subsequently indicted and an arrest warrant was issued. A search and seizure warrant was obtained and executed on the residence on Yorktown Rd. Nelson was taken into custody without incident and the search revealed cocaine and money related to the drug activity which was seized for forfeiture proceedings. When not allegedly selling cocaine, Nelson also has found employment as a local rooster having sired an offspring that the Department of Social Services had taken him to court to turn over some of his drug money to pay for his kid.
On March 26, 2013 Nelson was locked up behind bars by St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Deputy David Potter for possession of drugs and in District Court in Leonardtown on Sept. 5, 2013 he entered into a plea agreement with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz. He was fined $442.50 and sent to jail for ten days, all of which was suspended. Nelson was given the free services of taxpayer-provided public defender Sarah Elkins to make the deal with Fritz for him.
On another drug charge placed against him by Deputy Patrick Handy on May 26, 2010, Nelson entered a guilty plea on Oct. 21, 2010 and was placed on probation before judgment with no fine and 30 days in jail, all of which was suspended.
On Nov. 28, 2009, Nelson was charged by St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Deputies James Maguire and Melissa Green with burglary, rogue and vagabond, possessing burglary tools, and possession of drug paraphernalia. In a plea deal in St. Mary’s District Court on March 24, 2010, all the charges except the possession of drug paraphernalia were dropped by Fritz and he was fined $500 with $357.50 suspended, in yet another show of window dressing for the public, and given no time in jail. Nelson’s mouthpiece in this deal was Assistant Public Defender Kathleen McClernan.
On Jan. 30, 2009, Nelson was charged with assault in District Court for St. Mary’s County, Maryland by Deputy William Ray. On May 5, 2009, a plea deal was struck in which Nelson entered a guilty plea, got no fine and was sent to jail for one year with 335 days suspended.
Francis Xavier Jones, Jr., 29, was present at the time the cops raided Nelson’s home on Yorktown Drive, say police, and found to be wanted for Failure to Appear in the District Court. Jones, of, Lexington Park, Md., who is named for two saints which apparently didn’t help much, was cited for failing to obey a peace order. The charges were dropped on July 10, 2014 by States Attorney Fritz. He was charged on April 27, 2014 for failing to obey a peace order and entered into a plea deal on July 10, 2014 that netted him a $92.50 fine and no time. The free taxpayer supplied attorney cooked up the deal for him with Fritz.
On the newest charge, Jones posted bond on Dec. 18, 2015 and even though he didn’t appear in court before, and the State of Maryland had him locked up tight in the slammer for failing to appear, he walked out of jail a free man, free to not appear again.
Willie Steven Henry Hall Jr., 26, who lives at the drug house on Yorktown Road, was arrested by Deputy Joshua Krum and charged with Possession of Morphine. Court records do not reflect whether or not he was able to post bond. Hall was charged with assault on March 9, 2010, in District Court for St. Mary’s County. On July 21, 2010, he entered a guilty plea in a plea deal with Fritz that netted him no fine and he was given 180 days in jail with the Walled City of Leonardtown Math being applied. Thus, his jail time of 179 days was suspended, given one day of credit for time already served and he walked out free as a jail bird. The taxpayer-provided attorney who schemed with Fritz on this deal was Shawn Hrotic.
Court records also reveal that Hall is also a Lexington Park rooster and was ordered by the St. Mary’s Circuit Court to pay child support to Social Services which provides support for a child that the court determined was the work-product of said rooster.
On June 20, 2009, Hall was charged with possession of drugs and paraphernalia in Calvert County District Court. In a plea deal with the Calvert County States Attorney, Hall entered a guilty plea and was fined $92.50 with no time.
There are a lot of reasons why an alleged drug dealer may want to be on school grounds but learning usually isn’t one of them. On Sept. 18, 2007, St. Mary’s Deputy Andrew Holton, who is a school resource officer, charged Hall with trespassing on school grounds. In a plea deal on Jan. 24, 2008, Hall entered a guilty plea and Fritz gave him no fine and a sentence in jail of 180 days with 135 days suspended. Attorney Shawn Hrotic again provided free legal representation.
Detectives indicted Nicholas Irwin Sisler, 31, of 21355 Castaway Circle in Lexington Park or try him at the Hotel St. Mary’s in Leonardtown, and he was formally charged with Possession with the Intent to Distribute Heroin and Possession of Oxycodone. Sisler is currently incarcerated on unrelated charges. Sisler had earlier been charged with injecting heroin into his girlfriend, who worked at a local doctor’s medical clinic, while the two sat in a car in a shopping center parking lot.
Sisler was charged with Amanda Morrison, the aforementioned heroin honey who shot up with him in broad daylight, along with Wendell
Ford Jr. on 13 counts of burglary and theft on June 22, 2015. Ford is another generational criminal whose father recently was released after serving eight years in Federal prison for drug distribution. Trial in the criminal case in St. Mary’s County Circuit Court is set for Jan. 13, 2016.
On April 24, 2012, Sisler pleaded guilty to burglary in District Court and was able to stay in the local country club jail for a sentence of 17 months and 30 days, with credit for time served of 30 days and avoid the state prison. His taxpayer provided attorney in this case was John Getz with Victoria Kunkoski assisting. States Attorney Fritz represents the public.
Javon Lyzel Dickens, 24, of Piney Point, Md., and also of 22841 Dement Lane, in California, Md., evidently must do very well in the alleged cocaine distribution business as he has hired the very capable and expensive services of Maryland Senate President Thomas V. “Mike” Miller. This is an example of when a drug dealer takes a pass on the free mouthpiece and goes for the high-dollar kind. Senator Miller filed on Dec. 4, 2015 for evidence in the discovery process to make sure the cops and prosecutors dotted their “I’s” and crossed their “T’s”. Dickens was indicted on Nov. 5, 2015 for Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine which police say occurred when he was out on bond on felony cocaine possession charges. Dealing drugs while out on bond for dealing drugs can land a drug dealer into a very sticky wicket, indeed. Capt. Alioto reports that Dickens has since pled guilty in the earlier cases and now will face the additional charges. He is currently incarcerated on the original drug offenses.
On Oct. 30, 2012, Dickens was charged with DWI by a Maryland State Trooper on Rt. 246 in Lexington Park. Dickens was represented by Senator Miller, who is legendary at making the legal system sing for his clients. Dickens entered a guilty plea on April 21, 2015 in this case: the deal with Fritz allowed Dickens to serve his time on five continuous weekends which kept his weekdays free to attend to his multi-level marketing business.
Additional, Courtney Ellen Lacey, 21, of California, Md., was indicted and subsequently charged with “Possession of Cocaine with the Intent to Distribute Cocaine. Investigators say that these charges stem from her alleged criminal activity with the co-defendant, her boyfriend, Javon Lyzel Dickens. Lacey and Dickens spent some time together in Circuit Court as Lacey attempted to obtain child support from the rooster and custody of a child.
Detectives have been working the last several months on a multi-jurisdictional investigation involving counterfeit prescriptions to obtain Promethazine-Codeine.
Alexis Santos aka Londell Andre Malone, 24, of Washington, D.C, was arrested after passing a counterfeit prescription for Promethazine-Codeine Syrup. Suspect Santos fled the scene on foot before eventually being apprehended.
According to Capt. Daniel Alioto of the St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Narcotics Squad, a search of Santos’s vehicle revealed the following: 20 Oxycodone 5mg pills (street value $100), 4 Oxycodone 10mg pills (street value $40.00), 22 individually wrapped pieces of suspected crack cocaine (street value nearly $1,000), 2 Promethazine-Codeine Syrup bottles and a quantity of suspected marijuana (Street value $50.00).
Also, in the vehicle was a list of approximately 17 names and personal information which were being utilized to fraudulently obtain Promethazine-Codeine. Police say that Santos originally provided false information regarding his identity and was positively identified by his fingerprints.
Once his identity was confirmed, police say that it was discovered he had additional open warrants for prescription fraud crimes. Search warrants executed on Santos’ phones revealed his involvement in the distribution of controlled dangerous substances.
Further, Santos was linked by police to an additional group of individuals who were also fraudulently obtaining Promethazine-Codeine Syrup with false documents. Pharmacy documents show the groups of suspects were involved in fraudulently obtaining numerous bottles of Promethazine-Codeine Syrup throughout the State of Maryland, State of Virginia, State of New York and State of New Jersey.
St. Mary’s County detectives continue to work with the other jurisdictions to assist in their investigations.
A St. Mary’s County Grand Jury indicted Alexis Santos for “Possession of Cocaine with the Intent to Distribute”, “Possession of Oxycodone with the Intent to Distribute”, “Conspiracy to Pass a False Prescription with the Intent to Distribute Promethazine-Codeine” and “Possession of Promethazine-Codeine with the Intent to Distribute”.
After his release from his original arrest, Santos evaded apprehension until he was taken into custody in Prince George’s County by the United State Marshal Service Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force. Additional arrests are expected against Santos and other members of this criminal network in several jurisdictions along the east coast.
Prince Georges County States Attorney Angela Alsobrooks, who rivals other States Attorney’s in Maryland for talking tough while dumping cases left and right, also dropped charges similar to the current ones, on July 25, 2013 in Prince Georges County District Court. He spent one night in jail when he was arrested on Jan. 13, 2013 and thanks to Alsobrooks he booked right out of court, a free man, with no time to serve and able to go right back to his work, and not have to turn with a jerk, as every day is Christmas for this man with two identities.
In case you are now believing that the system of Justice in Maryland is run and operated by a bunch of legal bozos closely related to chimpanzees which were sired by Appalachian morons who had been married to their siblings, fed crack as babies and then injected with heroin as they proceeded through law school prior to being elected to the Maryland General Assembly, you might be right.
The idiots of the Maryland Courts have allowed bail for a man who is wanted on open warrants and with two identities: Londell A. Malone and also known as Alexis Ercillo Santos. Bail review was held and granted on Dec. 10, 2015. The bail was posted by AA Dependable Bail Bonds LLC of Upper Marlboro, which now is on the hook to make sure he appears for his next court date. Maybe they will have to hire “Dog” to track him down.
Either the cops or the mental midgets in the courts failed to notice that their own court records show that Queen Anne’s County States Attorney Lance Richardson issued a warrant for Santos/Malone on March 26, 2015 for the same drug charges. On that warrant, Santos is listed along with Levelle Linwood Malone with an address of 1412 Iverson Street in Oxon Hill, Md. Thus, from the Queen Anne’s County warrant, it appears that Santos actually has three names.
Will Maryland investigate the District Court Commissioner or District Court Judge who made such an idiotic decision to let this criminal loose? Nope, this is Maryland, where the White Rabbit rules in Alice in Wonderland. Only The Shadow knows for sure!
Trevone D. Butler aka “Tre”, 25, of 21868 Ronald Drive, Lexington Park, Md., was identified as a distributor of cocaine, report police. Several undercover purchases of cocaine were made which led to subsequent indictments for “Distribution of Cocaine”. Butler was out on bail for numerous armed robberies he was charged with recently. He was arrested and is currently being housed in the St. Mary’s County Detention Center under a “No Bond” status. Even in Maryland, armed robberies are a deadly affair, yet the same idiotic legislators and Judges who set sentencing guidelines and bail procedures are demanding that guns be taken away from law-abiding citizens so dirtbags like Trevone Butler can run the streets, even after allegedly committing armed robbery. Every Maryland citizen that votes for a Democrat (and many silly Republicans too) in office perpetuates this insanity.
The alleged Dirtbag “Tre” Butler was charged with armed robbery on Oct. 29, 2015 and Mary and John Butler posted the bond by using their home in Oakville.
Cops: Butler confessed to being the get-away driver for gunman in stick-up of CVS
LEONARDTOWN, MD. (Oct. 2015) — In the latest in a string of armed robberies in St. Mary’s County police report that they captured a suspect and jailed him on charges of armed robbery.
St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that on October 28, 2015, at 10:02 p.m., St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to the CVS located at 26020 Point Lookout Road in Leonardtown, for the report of an armed robbery. A black male suspect entered the business armed with a handgun and demanded cash and other items from the victim, an employee of CVS. The suspect was talking to a co-conspirator on a cellphone before fleeing on foot toward a wood line on Maypole Road in Leonardtown.
According to police, witnesses who were near CVS at the time of the robbery described a vehicle they had seen in the area during the time of the robbery. Patrol Officers located a vehicle matching the description in the area of Three Notch (Rt. 235) and Jones Wharf Road in Hollywood. Contact was made with the driver and lone occupant of the vehicle. The driver, Trevone D. Butler, 25, of 21868 Ronald Drive, Lexington Park, was arrested by Deputy Rozier Steinbeck and transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention Center. During an interview with detectives, Butler acknowledged he provided transportation to the black male suspect and communicated with him during the robbery. Butler was charged with Armed Robbery and Driving on a Suspended License.
Butler was indicted and convicted on assault charges on Oct. 27, 2014, making one year since his last commission of a crime. He was sentenced in a plea deal with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz to 18 months in jail. The jail sentenced was suspended by one year, five months and three days, leaving him to serve twenty-seven days in jail. Gerald J. Riviello, a taxpayer-provided attorney, represented Butler.
Butler’s criminal record is primarily made of low-level crimes and traffic offenses. This new deal of being a getaway driver in a robbery puts him on the path to prison and puts his family’s home in peril. His family posted their home on Kavanagh Road as a bond to spring him from the clink. If Butler flees, his folks lose their home. (While out on bond with his family posting everything in life they worked hard to pay for, this alleged low-life Dirtbag allegedly continued in his career path as a drug dealer.)
Sidney Leroy Jones, 42, of Lexington Park, was indicted after detectives made undercover purchases of heroin from him. He was arrested and held on a pre-set $10,000 bond.
Detectives observed a silver Cadillac Deville traveling on Great Mills Road, which had an outstanding search and seizure warrant awaiting execution.
Detectives observed the vehicle being utilized as a mode of transportation during several undercover purchases of cocaine.
The vehicle was stopped and David Lee Gray, 32, of 1716 Sollers Wharf Road in Lusby, Md., and
Heather Lynn Davis, 33, of Leonardtown, were arrested for possession of cocaine. Further, detectives discovered Brian O’Neil Hicks, 33 of Newburg, Md., was in possession of a loaded Taurus handgun, as well as cocaine.
Police report that Hicks is a convicted felon (Armed Robbery/Crime of Violence) and is prohibited from possessing a firearm. An additional check revealed the weapon was stolen from a residence in Calvert County, Md. Hicks was arrested, say police, and additional charges will follow a review with the State’s Attorney’s Office.
Gray was also arrested on a drug charge by Annapolis City Police Officer Fedeli from an incident on Dec. 7, 2015 with a citation being issued on Dec. 14, 2015.
While serving time in the Calvert Detention Center, Gray was charged with receiving drugs in District Court for Calvert County on Nov. 24, 2014, the Calvert States Attorney struck up a plea deal with Gray, giving him a bonus round of another 180 days in jail but quickly letting him go in the winner’s box and pluck 175 days off the sentence but not letting him go home with a new car or Vanna White. This lucky deal was assisted with the services of the taxpayer provided defense attorney.
On May 23, 2013, Gray was charged by Maryland State Trooper Costello with possession of cocaine and heroin and in a plea deal approved by the Calvert County States Attorney on Nov. 24, 2014, Gray was awarded 60 days in jail with 50 days immediately suspended and probation before judgment. As drug dealers continue to sell drugs while on probation, they know what the average citizen doesn’t know: The Judicial system has been taken over by Curley, Moe and Larry and sometimes, Shep.
The Calvert County States Attorney sought an indictment for dealing drugs against David Lee Gray on March 21, 2011. On Nov. 13, 2011, the Calvert States Attorney dropped the charges.
A search and seizure warrant was executed on the home of Ryan Michael Page, 30, of 46349 Columbus Drive, Apt. 305, Lexington Park, Md. Page was the target of undercover purchases of heroin and was subsequently indicted. He was taken into custody and is currently being held on “No Bond” status.
Also arrested at that home was Rachel Renea Meade, 29, who was found to be in possession of marijuana and was issued a civil citation.
A detainer was filed on Henry Clay Hinson III, 29. Hinson III is currently an inmate serving time at the Maryland Prison System Eastern Correctional Institution in Westover, Md., for an unrelated crime. Undercover purchases of heroin were made and he was subsequently indicted by the St. Mary’s County Grand Jury.
Stacey Lynn Edwards, 26, of Clements, Md., was charged with Obtaining a Prescription by Fraud and Attempted to Obtain 120 Oxycodone by uttering a false prescription.
Charles Ray McElhaney, 31, of Piney Point, Md., was indicted and charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana and Possession of Cocaine.
Detectives observed a suspicious vehicle in the area of a target residence and a vehicle stop was conducted. The operator of the vehicle, James Jamaal Housea Jones, 28, of Loveville, Md., was found to have a suspended license, an open warrant for failure to appear in court and be in possession of marijuana. He was arrested and charged accordingly.
In addition to the listed arrests, the following individuals have warrants and criminal summons pending from the culmination of these investigations. Contact the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office if you are able to provide information related to the whereabouts of these individuals.
Maurice Dwayne Davis, 42, of Lexington Park, Md., for Distribution of Heroin.
Karen Angela East, 50, of Mechanicsville, Md., for Distribution of Oxycodone.
Thomas Emanuel Gross, 30, of Lexington Park, Md., for Distribution of Oxycodone and Distribution of Cocaine.
Lavonte Devon King, 24, of Lexington Park, Md., for Distribution of Cocaine.
Lewis Steven Tayman, 45, of Mechanicsville, Md., for Distribution of Oxycodone.
Antonio Jamear Warrick, 25, of Lexington Park, for Distribution of Heroin.
Skylar Anthony Sanders, 33, of Lexington Park, Md., Possession with the Intent to Distribute Cocaine.
Danielyn Marshall Winder, 35, of Lexington Park, Md., for Possession with the Intent to Distribute Cocaine and Possession of Promethazine-codeine.
Eric Douglas Jindra, 30, of California, Md., for Manufacturing Marijuana.
Lennard Ray Frayer, 54, of Cheltenham, Md., for Possession of Phencyclidine (PCP) with the Intent to Distribution.
Joel Shawn Mitchell, 29 of Mechanicsville, Md., for Possession of Adderall.
Brandon Lowell Stump, 23, of Mechanicsville, Md., for two counts of Altering a Prescription in an attempt to obtain Suboxone”.
Carolan Elizabeth Phillips, 28, of Lexington Park, Md., for Possession of Adderall.