Talbot Sheriff’s Police Beat – HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL – Brandy Payne tips cops to her fugitive boyfriend when busted for packing 141 packs of heroin

There are several reasons why a drug distribution charge would be so abruptly dropped: one that the prosecutor is planning to indict the defendant by way of a Grand Jury action in Circuit Court, second, that Holsopple rolled over on other drug dealers and made a deal with the prosecutor and third, that police had presented a case full of holes and unworthy of prosecution or lost the evidence.

Talbot County Sheriff Police Beat / Hooked on Smack? Justin Douglas Lowery and Brandi Wright nabbed on Highway to Heroin Heaven

On Dec. 19, 2011, Wright was charged with distribution of drugs. Facing four counts of narcotics distribution and possession, she must have made a good deal to turn in other drug dealers as on Nov. 4, 2010; all four counts were put on the Stet Docket by States Attorney Jones with no fine and no time.

Pirate Poachers of the Chesapeake: Southern Pride, Linda Captains & Crew Face $3,000 Fines for Stealing from Sanctuary

CHOPTANK RIVER, MD. — Using the excuses of not knowing where the oyster sanctuary was located, four Maryland watermen were nabbed for poaching oysters by the boatload, reports the Maryland Natural Resources Police.

Murder USA: Ex-con Dean Baynard charged with attempted murder in slice-up between pals

Baynard has been a recent resident of the Maryland Prison System, living in a cell in Jessup, Md., until he was allowed probation. He was sentenced to prison after he entered a guilty plea to resisting arrest and interfering with an arrest in a deal with Talbot County States Attorney Scott Patterson which sent him away for three years but the deal included having two of the years suspended. Restitution in the amount of $772.14 was ordered in return for a charge of malicious destruction of property being dropped. His period of probation ends on Aug. 26, 2016.