The group of friends call themselves The Money Team.
A long term joint criminal investigation, which began last September, has come to an end by local authorities.
Frederick Police said a group of friends, who call themselves 'The Money Team', have been arrested. As a result, authorities said they made 15 felony arrests, 10 search and seizure warrants on residences, confiscated six guns and seized a significant amount of crack cocaine, marijuana, powder cocaine, heroin and ecstasy.
The investigation was a joint effort involving the Frederick Police Department Drug Enforcement Unit, the Frederick County States Attorney's Office, and the Frederick County Sheriff's Office. The following were arrested:
Andre Jermaine Daye, 19, of the 100 block of Stonegate Drive, Frederick
James Peter Brown Jr., 23, of the 100 block of McMurray Street, Frederick
Troyvonte Camaar Burns, 20, of the 500 block of North Market Street, Frederick
Charles Leroy Dorsey, 28, of the 500 block of Carrollton Drive, Frederick
Anthony David Collins, 19, of the 1200 block of Littlebrook Drive, Frederick
Anthony Misiaha Cartnail, 21, of the first block of Vienna Court, Frederick
Darrious Cordell Dotson, 20, of Jacob Bruner Drive, Frederick
Timothy Stewart Frock, 22, of the first block of West Sixth Street, Frederick
Brandon Deon Muse, 21, of the 500 block of Lancaster Place, Frederick
Lee Phillips, 29, of the 500 block of Riggs Court, Frederick
Antoinette Linda Johnson, 47, of the first block of West All Saints Street, Frederick
Laterris Taray Plummer, 28, of the 6800 block of Yellow Sheave Court, Frederick
Tilon Antonio Thomas Jr., 22, of the 700 block of Monarch Drive, Frederick
Timothy Tyrone Thomas 21, of the 600 block of West Patrick Street, Frederick
One (1) Juvenile
In a press release Frederick Police Chief Thomas Ledwell stated, "The success of this criminal investigation was a direct result of full coordination and cooperation between partnering law enforcement agencies. We are very grateful for this cooperative effort in our community and for the hard work of all those involved. However, our job is not done. The Frederick Police Department will continue to address community issues and will take a proactive approach to crime reduction in Frederick City."