Southern Md. Police Beat / THE SLEEPING PILL-HEAD DRUG DEALER of HUGHESVILLE
CHARLOTTE HALL, MD. Does this guy look like a pill head? St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that on January 10, 2018, DFC. D. Smith responded to a gas station at the corner of Golden Beach Road and Rt. 5 in Charlotte Hall, regarding a welfare check of a driver who had fallen asleep at the fuel pumps.
Police say that DFC. Smith observed a knife and pill container in the driver’s lap. The driver of the vehicle was later determined to be Derrick Aubin Burch, 29, of 14322 Burnt Store Road, Hughesville, Md.
Further investigation also revealed numerous pills inside the vehicle. Burch was arrested for CDS: Possession Not Marijuana. He was immediately released from jail to resume his nap and perhaps dreaming of how to find more pills. A court date of Feb. 27, 2018, has been set and he has filed to let the taxpayer provide him with a free attorney to go to court, where the Judge may assign him to go for free drug treatment at Walden which is supported by tax dollars.
A peace order connected to a case of domestic violence was issued by a District Court Judge in Prince Georges County on Sept. 11, 2017. The case was dismissed for lack of service, according to court records.
Burch entered a guilty plea to drug dealing in Charles County Circuit Court on April 27, 2015, along with a guilty plea to DWI and got one year and one day in jail.
In the plea deal with Charles County States Attorney Anthony Covington on another DWI charge on Oct. 14, 2011, Burch was sentenced to ten days in jail with all of the jail time suspended.
Charged by Charles County Sheriff Officer Garner with identity theft, fraud, and theft in Charles County, Md., on March 2, 2015, Burch got a plea deal with the Charles County States Attorney Anthony Covington. THE DEAL: In return for a guilty plea to theft on Nov. 6, 2015, Burch was sentenced to 6 months in jail with all 6 months suspended and a fine of $100. Other instances of peace orders sought in Domestic Violence cases in Charles County District Court and issued took place in 2013.
FOX HAD NASTY CRACK IN CRACK
While transporting Fox, it was revealed by Cameron, without reporting who actually had the disgusting duty of digging into his droopy drawers, that he had allegedly hidden CDS in his underwear.
LEONARDTOWN, MD. – What kind of drugs does a druggie stash in his underwear? The kind that druggies swallow, snort, inject, ingest or simply sniff? This bozo, Mysean Fox, is reported by police to have been picked up in Washington for the long drive to the pokey in Leonardtown – which the Sheriff has mysteriously re-named a “Detention and Rehabilitation Center”, without any evidence that anyone who has been in the local slammer was actually “rehabilitated” or “corrected”.
Cameron reports that on January 10, 2018, Cpl. O’Connor was transporting Mysean James Fox, 29, of 2084 Addison Road South Apt. 1, District Heights, Md., to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center, on a Prince George’s County Warrant for CDS- Possession with Intent to Distribute.
While transporting Fox, it was revealed by Cameron, without reporting who actually had the disgusting duty of digging into his droopy drawers, that he had allegedly hidden CDS in his underwear. Upon arrival at the detention center, an additional search was conducted which revealed a baggie containing suspected cocaine. As miscreants often stash crack in their crack, jail searches are conducted and labeled “body cavity searches” and anyone who has ever stuffed a turkey gets the idea of what that entails.
Mysean went to the beach with the rest of the city druggies on June 3, 2012 in order to supply all of the Maryland coke and crack head residents who were also there on vacation and like to buy drugs in bars, the boardwalk or in parking lots – all the fine places in Ocean City where drugs are sold.
Fox was charged with CDS: Possession of Paraphernalia, and cocaine. After this arrest, the Maryland Judiciary Wonderland District Court Commissioner released Fox on his personal recognizance until his trial with his free taxpayer provided attorney representing him on March 13, 2018.
Mysean went to the beach with the rest of the city-boy drug enthusiasts on June 3, 2012 in order to supply all of the Maryland coke and crack head residents who were also there on vacation and like to buy drugs in bars, the boardwalk or in parking lots – all the fine places in Ocean City where drugs are sold. While there, Ocean City Police Officer Bushell locked him up on a fugitive warrant from justice in Washington, D.C.
Charged with four counts of handgun violations in an indictment handed down by the Prince Georges County Grand Jury, Fox was found not guilty on all counts on Jan. 14, 2009 – perhaps due to prosecutors losing the evidence.