PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION FORGERY AND FRAUD: Pursuant to an ongoing investigation, Johnson Randolph Beckwith, age 26, pictured at left, was charged with several crimes related to a prescription medication case. The charges are for both forgery and fraud while obtaining prescription medication. Suspect Beckwith is currently incarcerated in the St. Mary's County Detention for a theft charge.
|PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION ARRESTS: Vice Narcotics detectives observed a female selling prescription medication from her vehicle in a parking lot in Charlotte Hall. Doris Ann Harding, age 65, of La Plata, was observed selling prescription medication to Daniel Lee Darago, age 55, of Promfret. Suspect Darago was observed distributing some of the newly acquired pills to his nephew. All three suspects were detained. Suspect Daniel Darago was arrested and recovered from him were 3 Endocet pills a controlled substance. Suspect William Bryan Darago, age 40, of Huntington, was found to be in possession of 30 Endocet pills. Suspect Harding was arrested and recovered from her person and vehicle were 13 Endocet pills, 31 Clonazepam pills, and more than $1,000. Additional charges are pending a review with the State's Attorney.|
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