Police also confiscate a large quantity of drugs.
Frederick, Md (KM) One person was arrested and a large amount of drugs were confiscated on Friday.
Frederick Police say officers from the Special Response Team and The Sheriff’s Office SWAT team served a search and seizure warrant at 6021 Francis Scott Key Drive, and took Michael Andrew King into custody. He’s charged with:
CJIS 1-0233, Possession with intent to distribute Marijuana
CJIS 1-1119, Possession with intent to distribute Cocaine
CJIS 1-1119, Possession with intent to distribute Heroin
CJIS 1-1119, Possession with intent to distribute Fentanyl
CJIS 1-1111, Possession of Cocaine
CJIS 1-1111, Possession of Heroin
CJIS 1-1111, Possession of Fentanyl
CJIS 1-1111, Possession of Suboxone
CJIS 1-1564, Possession of Marijuana in the amount of 2371 grams (10 grams or more)
Authorities also confiscated 5.22 pounds or 2371 grams of suspected marijuana; 36 grams of suspected cocaine; five suboxone (8mg film strip); and three grams of suspected heroin and fentanyl.
Police say they began an investigation into King, and obtained information that he was actively involved in illegal drug trafficking of cocaine, heroin, fentanyl and marijuana throughout Frederick County. A detective worked with the State’s Attorney’s Office to obtain a search and seizure warrant on King’s room.
The investigation involved Frederick Police detectives assigned to the Baltimore and Washington High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area Task Force. (HIDTA)
By Kevin McManus