A Nottingham man has been arrested in connection with a fatal, 2016 drug overdose.
In the spring of 2015, authorities in Harford County began investigating a drug ring that was distributing large quantities of heroin in northeastern Baltimore City, in Baltimore County, in Harford County, and in surrounding states.
Detectives were able to determine that this ring distributed over two kilograms of heroin, and were linked to 15 fatal and 48 non-fatal overdoses in Harford and Baltimore counties.
During the course of this investigation, detectives seized over 1,000 grams of heroin, 193 grams of cocaine, 4 handguns, and over $18,000 in cash.
Two suspects identified in connection with fatal overdoses subsequently pleaded guilty to federal charges. They are Lamar “Chris” Kaintuck, 28, of Baltimore, who was identified in connection with the 2015 fatal overdose of a Bel Air resident in Calvert County, and Ivan “Mike” Brown, 33, of Nottingham, in connection with a 2016 fatal overdose in Bel Air.
Kaintuck was recently sentenced to 7 years in prison. Brown pled guilty to possession with intent to distribute heroin, and to possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime. Brown is facing a minimum sentence of 20 years in prison at his sentencing next month.
Several other individual were arrested as part of the investigating, including:
– Antonio “Brill” Shropshire, 31
– Antoine “Twan” Washington, 27,
– Alexander “Munch” Campbell, 28
– Omari “Lil Brill” Thomas, 25
– Glenn “Lou” Wells, 31
– Momodu “G-Money” Gondo, 34
– Aaron “Black” Anderson, 29
There are also several state indictments that are pending as a result of this investigation.