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Great Mills Man is One of Nine Arrested As Police Task Force Dismantles Eastern Shore Drug Trafficking Organization

A combined law enforcement multi-month investigation has led to the indictment of nine people alleged to be part of a significant drug trafficking organization in two Eastern Shore counties. The investigation, initiated by the Caroline County Drug Task Force, looked into information concerning the operation of a drug trafficking organization believed to be distributing large amount of cocaine, opioids, heroin, marijuana and methamphetamines in Caroline and Dorchester counties and parts of Delaware. Multiple law enforcement agencies ultimately provided assistance with the investigation. Evidence was developed that enabled investigators to obtain 11 search warrants. The homes searched were located in Preston, Hurlock, Federalsburg, Lanham and Crofton. As a result of those search warrants, police recovered over 18 kilograms of cocaine, 2.7 kilograms of heroin/fentanyl, 5.9 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine, 170 pounds of marijuana and approximately 34 firearms along with money believed to be connected to the drug operation. The following people were indicted during the investigation: James Eugene Simms, 36, of Great Mills, Maryland – Charged with the following below. Possession with intent to distribute narcotics Conspiracy to distribute narcotics Possession of a controlled dangerous substance – not marijuana Justin Aaron Spain, 41, of Lanham, Maryland – Is being held at the […]

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