HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL – Pair of Junkies – Rookie being trained by ex-con drug dealer/burglar in the fine art of criminal capers
SOLOMON’S ISLAND, MD. – Calvert Sheriff’s Capt. Tim Fridman reports that on July 18, 2018, Deputy Gott conducted a traffic stop in the area of Route 4 and Patuxent Point Parkway, Solomon’s. Emergency Communications advised Deputy Gott that one of the passengers, Brandon Ryan Harris, 19, of 28275 Old Village Road, Mechanicsville, Md., had an active warrant through St. Mary’s County. Harris was asked to exit the vehicle when Deputy Gott observed a metal grinder with suspected marijuana between the seat and door jam. Harris admitted it was his grinder.
Police say that a search of the vehicle revealed a Walmart bag tucked under the passenger seat with 9 unused hypodermic syringes and one used syringe containing suspected heroin residue.
Police allege that the second passenger, Ryan Andrew Murray, 32, of 29844 Cheryl Court, Mechanicsville, Md., admitted to the syringes being his.
Harris and Murray were placed under arrest and transported to the Calvert County Jail. Harris was served his warrant and Murray was charged with CDS: Administer Equipment-Possession/Distribute.
Harris was charged with felony first-degree assault and disturbing school operations in St. Mary’s Circuit Court and July 30, 2015, the case was remanded to Juvenile Court.
Murray was determined to be eligible for a free attorney provided by the taxpayers as his personal funds are deemed only sufficient to supply him with heroin and needles.
Murray was charged by Maryland State Trooper Opirhory on May 21, 2018, while operating a 2016 Ford truck northbound on Rt. 235 at Rescue Lane in Hollywood, Md., with driving while suspended and failing to attend driver improvement classes.
Murray was charged with drug distribution in Charles County District Court on Nov. 13, 2010. Murry entered a guilty plea to dealing drugs on May 17, 2011, in a plea deal with Charles County States Attorney Tony Covington. THE DEAL: Four years in prison with credit for 186 days of time served.
IN addition to being an admitted drug dealer, Murray aka Ryan Anthony Murray, also entered a guilty plea to burglary in St. Mary’s Circuit Court on July 14, 2011, and in a plea deal with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz, picked up a three-year sentence.