An ex-Harford, Maryland, councilman is facing charges for multiple drug crimes. It isn't his first run-in with law enforcement, either. He was arrested in 2012 for various DWI-related charges. The 45-year-old man recently appeared in front of a Harford County circuit court judge after a grand jury indicted him on four drug charges.
Those charges were for felony possession of drugs with intent to distribute, a felony for keeping and maintaining a common nuisance, a misdemeanor charge of possession of marijuana and a misdemeanor charge of drug paraphernalia. According to prosecutors, the former councilman was in possession of seven bags of marijuana, with a combined weight of about two and one-quarter pounds. The drugs were found in a home in Darlington, Maryland, by investigators with the Harford County Task Force. According to court records, the house where the drugs were found is not the same as the one listed as the man's home address.