Large amount of heroin recovered in Salisbury, two arrested

Woods (left) and Smith

SALISBURY, Md. – Police say two people have been charged after a drug investigation resulted in the recovery of a large amount of heroin and other paraphernalia.

Over the last several months, the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Community Action Team worked in conjunction with the Wicomico and Worcester County Sheriff’s Offices to investigate the illegal sale of narcotics from a home in the 1600 block of Mount Hermon Road in Salisbury.

Police executed a search and seizure warrant at the home on Friday, resulting in the recovery of the following items:

  • 141 grams of heroin
  • 96 individual bags of heroin
  • 20.93 grams of crack cocaine packaged in 85 individual bags
  • 1.03 grams of cocaine
  • Digital scales
  • $8,194 in cash
  • Seventeen rounds of ammunition
  • Twelve Alprazolam Schedule 4 Pills
  • Other items of evidentiary value

52-year-old Lamont Smith and 35-year-old Dwight Woods were both located inside of the residence and were subsequently arrested and released to the Wicomico County Detention Center. Both have been charged with possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine, possession intent to distribute heroin, possession of a large amount of heroin, possession of CDS: not marijuana, possession with intent to distribute Alprazolam, and possession of ammunition by a prohibited person.

Police say the investigation is still ongoing and additional arrests are pending as the investigation continues.

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