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10 Arrested In Heroin Investigation In Easton

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EASTON, Md. - Police say they have wrapped up a nine month long drug investigation with 10 arrests. Easton Police Department's Narcotics Unit say they have completed a nine month drug investigation with a variety of drug offenses from both Grand Jury Indictments and/or on site arrests. Police say those arrested were active in networks that distributed heroin in Easton. According to the report, one individual, Devin Gallagher, was the subject of a multi-agency search that happened on August 30th on Ocean Gateway at the Royal Farms. A few days later, Gallagher was found in Kent County, and arrested by members of the Maryland State Police Narcotics Task Force. Police say during the investigation they seized a 2006 Honda Civic, 132 capsules, and 6 bags of heroin with a street value of $3,140.

Gary Green, 22, of Easton, charged with CDS: distribution: Narc, CDS: possession with intent to distribute: Narc, and CDS: possession - not marijuana.
William Graves, 47, of Caroline County, charged with CDS: distribution: Narc, CDS: possession with intent to distribute: Narc, and CDS: possession - not marijuana.
Devin Gallagher, 21, of Cambridge, charged with CDS: distribution: Narc, conspiracy - charged with CDS: distribution: Narc, CDS: possession with intent to distribute: Narc, conspiracy - CDS: possession with intent to distribute: Narc, CDS: possession - not marijuana. And conspiracy - CDS: possession - not marijuana.
Jordon Scheminant, 21, of Easton, charged with CDS: distribution: Narc, conspiracy - charged with CDS: distribution: Narc, CDS: possession with intent to distribute: Narc, conspiracy - CDS: possession with intent to distribute: Narc, CDS: possession - not marijuana. And conspiracy - CDS: possession - not marijuana.
Devin Adams, 25, of Easton, charged with CDS: distribution: Narc, CDS: possession with intent to distribute: Narc, and CDS: possession - not marijuana.
Keith Dixon, 40, of Easton, charged with CDS: distribution: Narc, CDS: possession - not marijuana and resist/interfere with arrest.
Cameron Mills, 22, of Easton, charged with CDS: distribution: Narc, CDS: possession with intent to distribute: Narc, and CDS: possession - not marijuana.
Bradford Lambert, 66, of Easton, charged with CDS: distribution: Narc, CDS: possession with intent to distribute: Narc, and CDS: possession - not marijuana.
Ned Trader, 63, of Cambridge charged with CDS: distribution: Narc, CDS: possession with intent to distribute: Narc, and CDS: possession - not marijuana.
Jason Cummings, 30, of Tilghman, charged with CDS: distribution: Narc, CDS: possession with intent to distribute: Narc, and CDS: possession - not marijuana.

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