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34 Individuals Face State and Federal Drug Trafficking Charges

Search and arrest warrants were executed in Baltimore City and Baltimore County on Tuesday.

Law enforcement agencies executed 20 search warrants, and made more than a dozen arrests on Tuesday morning after federal and state indictments for heroin and marijuana distribution were returned against 34 people.

The search and arrest warrants were executed in Baltimore County and Baltimore City, and resulted in the seizure of ammunition, suspected heroin pills and tens of thousands of dollars, according to a Baltimore Police Department news release.

An investigation of this drug organization began in 2011 and culminated with wiretaps on 10 phone lines on Sept. 2012.

Brandon Clark, 25, Anthon Harris, 21, Stanford Stewart, 65, Raheem Baker 21 and five others were indicted on federal drug charges, according to the release.

Tyrell Allsup, 19, James Beasley, 49, Bruce Brown, 44, Isaac Jackson, 22, and Brandon Long were indicted by the state for conspiracy to distribute heroin.

Carlos Brown, 23, Christopher Brown, 22, Robert Collier, 41, Jordan Evans, 22, Marquise Johnson, 23, Wanda Lucas, 49, and Shawn Stansbury, 39, were also indicted on state charges for conspiracy to to distribute heroin.  

Carlos Moultrie, 30, was indicted for conspiracy to distribute marijuana.

The investigation was conducted by the Baltimore Police Department, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Major Investigations Unit of the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s office and the United States Attorney’s office. 

JD1 December 14, 2012 at 03:28 AM
That is one UGLY line up - hope this trash stays locked up for a long time
AnnKangarouse December 14, 2012 at 02:14 PM
This would make a phenominal HBO series....!
Sanchez December 14, 2012 at 04:40 PM
Any one of these if convicted would then be qualified for a position in the PG County delegation to Annapolis. Especially if they were involved in a gun battle that killed a 14 year old. Right Mr Hall and his supporters?
Kriska December 14, 2012 at 04:49 PM
The series things has already been done "The Wire". I agree I hope they keep them locked up. I am in full support of them being locked up and 36 less people from the street distributing poison to people to make a buck. Thanks to the people for all of their hard work on making the end result happen of capturing these criminals.
Tom Kiefaber December 14, 2012 at 05:40 PM
JD1, Whatever happened to innocent until proven guilty in this nation? Are we now judging a person's innocence or guilt of a crime by their race or their appearance? I was falsely arrested and thrown into jail for "trespassing" on The Senator Theatre's sidewalk, taking a photograph on public property. My mug shot sucked. I never has so much as a jaywalking ticket on my record for 60 years prior to that. Does the fact that I was arrested and have a lousy mug shot, broadcast on TV and in this publication, now make me a guilty criminal?
Chillin December 14, 2012 at 09:44 PM
Excellent work by the various police departments. This has got to me the ugliest bunch of mutants roaming the streets. Glad the cops are getting at least some of the bad guys and girls. I'm glad that the Patch reports this stuff. Good job to both. Thanks Patch. Thanks Patch. We like knowing the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Chillin December 14, 2012 at 09:46 PM
Creepers.
Chillin December 14, 2012 at 09:54 PM
Patch, how does a comment end up on your "Pending Approval" list? Is there a bank of naughty words that when one is in the comment it is scanned and sent to that list automatically? Have certain commenters made controversial remarks in the past and they get put on a "must be read by editor list"?
AnnKangarouse December 14, 2012 at 10:33 PM
Chillin: Patch has installed a big fat bigot filter. I saw the F bomb posted today/yesterday more than once on another Patch article Go figure....
Adam Bednar (Editor) December 14, 2012 at 10:53 PM
User Tom Kiefaber asked that I post this comment because he was unable to do so because of technical problems: JD1, Whatever happened to innocent until proven guilty in this nation?. Are we now judging a person's innocence or guilt of a crime by their race or their appearance? I was falsely arrested and thrown into jail for "trespassing" on The Senator Theatre's sidewalk, taking a photograph on public property. My mug shot sucked. I never had so much as a jaywalking ticket on my record for 60 years prior to that. Does the fact that I was arrested and have a lousy mug shot, broadcast on TV and in this publication, now make me a guilty criminal?
Adam Bednar (Editor) December 14, 2012 at 11:14 PM
We've recently switched to a third party filter to try and eliminate some of the SPAM that has been showing up in comments section. Obviously we're still trying to work out some of the bugs.
Evets December 14, 2012 at 11:25 PM
Guilty until proven innocent (actually until found "not guilty") is only true in a court of law. In the court of public opinion, one is free to assume whatever one wishes regarding guilt or innocence.
Arbutus Town Crier December 14, 2012 at 11:32 PM
A third party filter was a good move, I was getting tired of them!
D.W. Bramlett December 15, 2012 at 02:49 AM
Must have been framed. They sad they didn't do it.
melissa December 15, 2012 at 02:54 AM
Innocent till proven guilty. I feel for the innocent. I think that if people really knew the mandatory drug laws they wouldn't be so quick to be patting those police officers on their backs. And how many police officers do you know that are just as bad. Remember the 49ers. Do you know where they are right now? There are so many families that are with out their loved ones because people are so quick to judge and really don't know the truth.
melissa December 15, 2012 at 02:54 AM
Innocent till proven guilty. I feel for the innocent. I think that if people really knew the mandatory drug laws they wouldn't be so quick to be patting those police officers on their backs. And how many police officers do you know that are just as bad. Remember the 49ers. Do you know where they are right now? There are so many families that are with out their loved ones because people are so quick to judge and really don't know the truth.
Jenny jones December 15, 2012 at 06:25 PM
I know one of them , none of yall know them so you should shut up ! Everybody has a reason for doing something . You should talk about something that you know nothing about . There is alot more people out here selling drugs and having guns and if you think these 30 something people really make a difference - you are ignorant and misled .
Jenny jones December 15, 2012 at 06:25 PM
*shouldnt
Chillin December 16, 2012 at 02:12 AM
Thanks for responding. I had made some comments on the Rogues article that never got posted and there were no fouls words included, so it got me wondering as to what and who was being filtered or suspended. I noticed the annoying retailer ads I hope they get permanently filtered.
Chillin December 16, 2012 at 02:22 AM
Jenny, I'm glad I don't know these people. If I did know them I would probably be writing like you. The drug fiends are getting mad that their dealers are incarcerated. If these 30 dealer's arrests didn't make a difference you should have no problem finding your drugs elsewhere.
tiera smith December 18, 2012 at 08:32 AM
I feel for them people some of them people didn't do anything just at the wrong place and time

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