Charles County Police Beat: The Case of the Singing Drug Dealer Ronald Matthew Tibbs III aka Ron Stackz


Charles County Police Beat: The Seventh Day of August Not Lucky for Drug Dealer and Rapper Ronald Tibbs III


Dealers Choice of Drugs Hosted by Rapper Ronald Matthew Tibbs III aka Ron Stackz


Ronald Matthew Tibbs III aka Ron Stackz drug distribution Aug. 7, 2018, Charles County Sheriff. Publicity photo for her Rapper career.
Ronald Matthew Tibbs III booking photo from Charles County Jail.

WALDORF, MD. – It wasn’t really thirty-one flavors of drugs but, heck

three or four was the dealer’s choice for Ronald Matthew Tibbs III.

Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry reports that narco detectives served a search warrant n August 7 at 6:05 a.m., at 2332 Alava Court in the Ashford Oaks neighborhood of Waldorf.

Officers located a quantity of marijuana, heroin, methylenedioxy-methamphetamine (Molly), three digital scales, and other distribution-related paraphernalia. More than $8,000 in cash was also located. Ronald Matthew Tibbs III, 26, of Waldorf, was arrested and charged by Detective Ja’von Johnson with possession with the intent to distribute marijuana and other related charges.




Tibbs the Third, if not encumbered with a major concert has a preliminary hearing set for Sept. 4, 2018.  On Aug. 8, 2018, a Judge set bond at $20,000. The insane Maryland Judiciary rules allowed for a certificate of eligibility for a free attorney from the public defender’s office to represent Tibbs. On Aug. 9, 2018, Tibbs was back in his lair after posting the bail and leaving jail.

The current drug-dealing charges against Ronald Matthew Tibbs the Third aren’t the first time he has rung the big bell in Charles County Circuit Court. On May 5, 2016, the Grand Jury issued indictments charging Tibbs with three counts of possession with the intent to distribute heroin and one count of distributing marijuana. In a plea deal with Charles County States Attorney Anthony Covington, Tibbs entered a guilty plea to possession of pot on Oct. 25, 2016.  All other charges were dropped as part of the deal. Making the plea deal for Tibbs was LaPlata attorney Hammad Matin. States Attorney Covington lets a lot of drug dealers get easy plea deals in Charles County – maybe putting on a trial is too much work and tests the mettle of the large staff of prosecutors.

Charles County States Attorney Anthony Covington.
Angela Alsobrooks PG States Attorney
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Charles County States Attorney Anthony Covington threw a bone to Tibbs the Third on June 21, 2017, when he dumped felony handgun charges and accepted a plea deal to misdemeanor assault in Charles County Circuit Court. THE DEAL: Tibbs the Third pleaded guilty and was sentenced to a mere 14 days in jail.  LaPlata attorney Hamid Matin was the attorney for Tibbs the Third. The case had originated in 2009, resulting in probation, which was violated in 2016 and resulted in the 2017 trial.

Ronald Tibbs the THIRD proved that allegedly spreading dangerous and deadly drugs around the Southern Maryland area is not his only way to kill; he entered a guilty plea to operating a 2006 Audi southbound on Branch Ave., prior to Burch Hill Road at 99-mph in a 55-mph speed zone. He was fined $530 after being cited by Prince Georges County Police Officer Gallardo on May 6, 2018.

Ronald Matthew Tibbs the Third entered a guilty plea to DWI on July 30, 2013, in a plea deal with the Charles County States Attorney Anthony Covington. THE DEAL: The big tough-talking prosecutor made sure that Tibbs was able to not be inconvenienced with sitting in a jail cell when he agreed to a sentence of sixty days in jail with all sixty days suspended, zero fine and probation until July 30, 2015.

Ronald Matthew Tibbs Jr., who lives at the same address as Tibbs III, and is the listed owner of the property, was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs by a Maryland State Trooper as Tibbs drove southbound on Rt. 301 on May 3, 2016. Prince Georges States Attorney Angela Alsobrooks dropped the charges on Aug. 8, 2018.

When Ronald Tibbs Jr. was arrested by Charles County Sheriff’s Officer Charles Garner on May 11, 2016, and charged with possession of drugs such as cocaine or heroin and specifically not marijuana, he entered into a plea deal with Covington in Charles County District Court. THE DEAL: Daddy Tibbs entered a plea of guilty on Oct. 4, 2016, and was sentenced to one day in jail and zero fine. Taxpayers of Maryland should be delighted to know that they paid for the free attorney of Daddy Gibbs in this case – Ariel Werner from the public defender’s office.

Daddy Tibbs is a real gem of a guy too, having been charged with hit and run, possession of drugs, reckless driving, assault on a law enforcement officer, resisting a lawful arrest, disorderly conduct – in a plea deal with the Prince Georges County States Attorney, on Oct. 13, 2011, Daddy Tibbs pleaded guilty to malicious property destruction. The charges stemmed from an incident which took place on Dec. 13, 2010. Daddy Tibbs was put on probation which he later violated on Feb. 8, 2013.


Only The Shadow Knows For Sure!


House info on location of the drug raid that netted the arrest of Ronald Tibbs III on Aug. 7, 2018, with his home-based business in the family home.



Ronald Matthew Tibbs III (born January 4, 1992), better known by his stage name Ron Stackz, is an American rapper and CEO of No Losses Entertainment based in Maryland.

Ronald Matthew Tibbs III advertises himself as the owner of No Losses Entertainment was charged with drug dealing in Waldorf Aug. 7, 2018.  

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