Southern Md. Police Beat: Pot, booze, cocaine and saving heroin junkies from dying of overdose

PRINCE FREDERICK, MD. Who thought it was a good idea to revive junkies who decide to inject heroin and overdose? Many folks would say let them have their final high and blast off into junkie hell. But some genius thought it was a good idea to equip cops with Naloxone to administer to junkies and revive them and it actually works. Too bad, these junkies will live another day to torment society.

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Southern Md. Police Beat: A double-shot of her lover’s heroin love

DUNKIRK, MD. — Maryland State Police in Prince Frederick report yet another case of heroin spreading like wildfire through the hinterlands of Maryland. On 4/27/15 at 6:26 pm, Trooper Jones responded to the Town Center Shopping Center in Dunkirk for a call from a citizen observing subjects using CDS. After speaking with the concerned citizen, Tpr. Jones made contact with the subjects when they returned to their vehicle. Syringes and other paraphernalia were observed inside the vehicle when they opened the vehicle doors. Stacy L. Brown, 22 of Lusby, and Brian L. Moore, 25 of St. Leonard, were both found to be in possession of heroin. They were arrested and incarcerated at the Calvert County Detention Center.

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Southern Md. Police Beat: News flash for all Pot Heads! Smoke dope while driving and you will get busted!

HUNTINGTOWN, MD. — Driving while smoking dope is, well, dopey. This alleged doper had a car full of pot smoke when a trooper stopped him for dopey driving. Police say that on 3/26/15 @ 5:50 pm, Trooper First Class Newcomer stopped a vehicle on Cox Rd. near Joy Lee Dr. in Huntingtown for traffic violations. A strong odor of marijuana was emitting from inside the vehicle. The driver, Kevin D. Sauer, 20 of Crofton, was arrested for possession over 10 grams of marijuana.

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So. Maryland Police Beat: Super Weed in Room 120 of Super 8; Ernie Williams packing pills and DUI arrests

PRINCE FREDERICK — When staying in a cheap motel, pot-heads might want to consider that the inexpensive construction of the building will allow the aroma of their high-dollar weed to weep out into the hallway. But then, they are likely devoid of all good judgment anyway. Maryland State Police report that on 11/18/14 at 5:37 pm, Trooper First Class Casarella responded to the Super 8 Motel in Prince Frederick for a possible CDS activity complaint. The odor of burnt marijuana was emitting in the hallway on the first floor. It was strongest outside Room 120. The occupants, Bentley M. Hutchison, 22 of Front Royal, VA, and Robert F. March, 40 of Manassas, VA, were issued Civil Citations for Possession of Marijuana Less than 10 grams.

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