BERLIN, Md. - A Berlin man is accused of holding a child during a drug deal. The Worcester County Sheriff's Office has been investigating heroin distribution in their county since July.
That investigation lead them to Tony Mills, 32, who they say sold heroin to them on several occasions, including one time with a baby on his chest. During the investigation, police discovered that Mills was wanted on a Parole Retake Warrant from the Department of Corrections and a Violation of Probation Warrant from their office.
Police searched Mill's Elizabeth Street home, where they reportedly found, more than 6 grams of marijuana, six bags of heroin, and a .32 caliber revolver. Police say that over the course of the investigation a total of 28 bags of Heroin were found. The gun was reportedly found in a closet, where Mills was also found. According to authorities, because of a previous conviction, Mills was not allowed to own a gun.
He is charged with a slew of charges including, possession with intent to distribute heroin, possession of marijuana, and heroin, illegal possession of a firearm. He is being held on $55,000 bond at the Worcester County Jail.