HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Junkie Jeffrey Jennings was nervous on Rt. 50

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HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL Junkie Jeffrey Taylor Jennings was nervous on Rt. 50

YOU SHARE THE HIGHWAY WITH JUNKIES WHILE THEY SHOOT UP AND WHEN CAUGHT THE DISTRICT COURT COMMISSIONER SPRINGS HIM IMMEDIATELY SO HE CAN CONTINUE THE QUEST TO DIE OF AN OVERDOSE — AND MAYBE TAKE YOU WITH HIM

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ANNAPOLIS, MD – Maryland has a heroin problem. All the politicians and all the politician’s men do their best to “fight” the problem of opioid and fatal heroin overdoses. District Court commissioner didn’t send him to a hospital for evaluation but simply let him loose on his own personal recognizance, so he could shoot up again.

Maryland State Police Lt. T. Quade, commander of the Annapolis Barrack, reports that on May 29, 2018, at approximately 9:47 am, Trooper First Class K. Jeans was conducting traffic enforcement on U.S. Route 50 near the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.

Trooper First Class Jeans observed a silver 2013 Ford Edge cross over the dashed yellow line in the roadway that divided lanes one and two. Trooper First Class Jeans initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle and identified the driver as Jeffrey Taylor Jennings, 39, of 12 Ebbtide Court, Berlin, Maryland.

While making contact with Jennings, Trooper First Class Jeans noticed that Jennings was avoiding eye contact and his hands and legs were shaking uncontrollably. Trooper First Class Jeans requested a K-9 respond to the scene. Trooper First Class Fohs responded to the scene with K-9 Euro and gave a positive alert for a controlled dangerous substance.

A search of the vehicle revealed 1.8 grams of heroin located in the center console and a syringe with suspected heroin residue located under the driver’s seat. Jennings was placed under arrest and transported to the Centreville Barrack for processing. Detective Sgt. William Jenkins reports that Jennings was charged with CDS possession not marijuana and CDS paraphernalia and issued a traffic citation for failing to obey a traffic control device.

Jennings was transported to the Queen Anne County Commissioner’s Office, where he was released on his own personal recognizance.

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