REACH THE BEACH – With plenty of dope – is the rule for PG County drug dealer Theodore Campbell the Third

REACH THE BEACH – With plenty of dope – is the rule for PG County drug dealer Theodore Campbell the Third

ANNAPOLIS, MD.  – He loves to go-a-wandering with a backpack in his trunk.

Drug dealers like to run into folks with plenty of cash to buy their stash. But on Rt. 50 headed towards Ocean City, the driver of a Nissan rear-ended a Honda which was also headed to the beach with a load of consumer-packaged pot.

On August 3, 2018, at approximately 6:30 pm, Trooper Cody Barbiche responded to eastbound U.S. Route 50 prior to West Street for a two-vehicle collision. Upon arrival, Trooper Barbiche observes a gray Nissan Maxima and a gray Honda Accord on the right shoulder of the roadway.

Police say that both drivers were traveling in lane # 3 when the Nissan Maxima struck the rear of the Honda Accord.

While speaking to the driver and passenger of the Honda Accord Trooper Barbiche immediately detected the strong odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle.

The police say that a subsequent search based on the stinky air emitted from the vehicle and the occupants led to a backpack in the trunk of the vehicle containing more than 85 grams of marijuana in various baggies.

The front seat passenger, Theodore Campbell III, 22, of 9342 Whiskey Bottom Road, Hyattsville, Md., was placed under arrest after admitting the backpack was his. Campbell was charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana more than 10 grams and possession of marijuana of CDS paraphernalia. Campbell was transported to the Anne Arundel County District Court Commissioner’s Office where he was released after posting a $3,000 unsecured bond.

Taxpayers will be delighted to know that they are footing the bill for the alleged drug dealing Campbell when he appears in court Anne Arundel.

Recent adventures of Theodore Campbell the third when charged with dealing drugs:

Charged with possession of more than ten grams of pot by Prince Georges County Police officers, the charged were put on the Stet Docket with no fine and no time on May 31, 2018, clearing the way for Theodore Campbell the third to rush to the beach over Memorial Day and be available to sell more pot to his deadhead customers on the boardwalk.

Campbell racked up another free attorney courtesy of the taxpayers of Maryland so he didn’t have to dip into his drug proceeds to hire a mouthpiece – and the way the PG County States Attorney hands out plea deals, why bother paying a good attorney?

A charge in PG County District Court of possession of more than ten grams of pot was dumped by PG County States Attorney Angela Alsobrooks on Sept. 7, 2017.

On April 26, 2017, Campbell the third was busted in Howard County by Howard County Police Officer Bradford Skove for possession with the intent to distribute and the charges were dumped on May 23, 2017 – with one possible reason being that Campbell dropped the dime to the cops on a competing drug dealer – which is a great way to get rid of competition as well as avoid jail time. The free attorney for Campbell was Carol Ann Hanson from the freebie public defender’s office in Ellicott City. Campbell entered a guilty plea to driving while suspended and avoided jail time in the plea deal and was fined $100.

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