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Six Arrested In Princess Anne Drug Trafficking Sweep

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PRINCESS ANNE, Md. - Six suspects were arrested Friday during a drug trafficking sweep. The Somerset County Sheriff's Office reports that on Friday, with the assistance of Princess Anne Police, Deputies raided an apartment at the Somers Place Housing Development. There, five wanted suspects were arrested on drug trafficking charges. A sixth, "on view" arrest was also made during the raid.

All six now face the following charges: CDS possession with the intent to deliver, intent to deliver CDS within 1,000 feet from a school, possession of CDS, not marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Each defendant had been held on a $200,000 bond pending court actions. Identities are listed below, their images can be found in the attached slide show.

- Rodney Columbus Christopher, of Westover, 31
- Rena Orlando Holbrok, Jr., of Westover, 23
- Rayvon Leonard, of Princess Anne, 24
- Tylisha Lanease Sullivan, of Princess Anne, 29
- Deshawn Maurice Taylor, of Princess Anne, 24
- Jesse Copes, of Salisbury, 23

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