St. Mary's County BCI Narcotics Arrests - Southern Maryland Headline News

St. Mary's County BCI Narcotics Arrests

LEONARDTOWN, Md. (May 30, 2009) - The St. Mary's County Bureau of Criminal Investigations (BCI) Narcotics Division recently released the following incident and arrest reports. The Division is an investigative team comprised of Detectives from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office, Maryland State Police Drug Enforcement Division and Federal Drug Agents (HIDTA Group 34). The Division was established on September 1st, 2007 and is based in St. Mary’s County.

ARREST FOR COCAINE DISTRIBUTION: Robert Sylvester Hill, age 45 of Lexington Park, was arrested after being indicted by detectives. Several indictments were handed down by the St. Mary's County Grand Jury for multiple counts of possession of cocaine, felony distribution of cocaine, and conspiring with Kimberly Taylor (previously arrested) to traffic cocaine.

INDICTMENT FOR COCAINE DISTRIBUTION: Detectives received information that Jermaine Dwayn Davis, age 27 of Lexington Park, was selling cocaine in a particular neighborhood in Lexington Park. Detectives made undercover purchases of cocaine from Davis and he was subsequently indicted for felony distribution of cocaine and arrested. An additional warrant was also served on Davis for leaving the scene of an accident and fleeing and eluding police. That was from an unrelated incident. He was originally held without bond; however his current status is unknown.

INDICTMENT FOR COCAINE DISTRIBUTION: Detectives made an undercover purchase of cocaine from Eric Roshaun Scriber, age 25 of Loveville, after receiving information that he was selling cocaine from a Loveville Road property. He was indicted and charged with felony distribution of cocaine.

ARRESTS FOR OXYCONTIN DISTRIBUTION: Detectives received information that Joseph Michael Defilippo, Age 21 of Mechanicsville, and Victoria Asley Curtis, age 20 of Mechanicsville, were distributing prescription medication, most notably Oxycontin in the northern end of St. Mary's County. As the investigation continued undercover purchases of Oxycontin were made from the suspects. Search warrants were obtained for three specific locations related to the suspects. On May 28, detectives, assisted by the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office Emergency Services Team, executed all three warrants. Recovered from the suspects were more than 254 prescription controlled pills. Of those pills, 170 were various milligrams of Oxycontin pills. The street value of the pills was nearly $6,000. A 2008 Scion was seized as well valued at $13,000. Both were charged accordingly and additional charges are pending a review with State's Attorney Richard D. Fritz.

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