Salisbury man sentenced for drug offenses, violation of probation

1280 Treyvon Walston

SALISBURY, Md. – A Salisbury man has been sentenced on drug charges and violation of probation.

25-year-old Treyvon Walston entered a plea back in March by way of a not-guilty agreed statement of facts to possession with intent to distribute fentanyl. At the time, Walston was on supervised probation for second degree sex offense, and this conviction served to violate Walston’s probation.

The charges stem from an investigation into Walston distributing drugs in Wicomico County. On July 28, 2022, officers executed a search and seizure warrant on Walston’s residence, seizing 54.128 grams of fentanyl, tramadol, cocaine, drug-related packaging material, and other evidence indicative of drug distribution.

The judge sentenced Walston to a total of 15 years incarceration and imported the totality of his back-up time for the violation of probation, sentencing him to an additional 18 months, to run consecutively to his 15-year sentence.

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