Major Drug Dealer Pleads Guilty To Federal Drug Distribution Charge

He worked for a criminal enterprise that provided illegal drugs in Md. Va., WV and Pa.


Baltimore, Md (KM) A Baltimore man pleaded guilty on Tuesday to conspiracy to distribute controlled dangerous substances. The US Attorney’s Office for Maryland says Kareem Mack,29, whose also known as K Mack, was part of a drug trafficking organization which sold heroin, cocaine and fentanyl to drug users in Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and Pennsylvania.

In a plea agreement, Mack told authorities the drug trafficking organization he worked with  sold thousands of dollars worth of drugs on a daily basis. He said most users believed they were buying heroin when it was actually sold with fentanyl.

Also entering a plea on Tuesday was Robert Williams, 63, of Baltimore. He pleaded guilty to providing cutting agents for Mack’s drug trafficking organization

Sentencing for both men is scheduled for August 31st, 2020.


By Kevin McManus


By Kevin McManus