HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL Overdose Leads to Fentanyl Distribution Arrest of Anthony Dale Davidson
FREDERICK, MD. – A man who police say was responsible for the sale of Fentanyl to a person who overdosed after taking the drug was indicted by the Frederick County Grand Jury on four counts of distribution and possession of Fentanyl on Dec. 7, 2018, and he was arrested on Jan 16, 2019.
Arrested and held without bail is Anthony Dale Davidson, 26, of 6321 Remington Court Frederick, Md.
According to Frederick County Sheriff Jenkins, in September of 2018, Frederick County Sheriff’s Office patrol deputies responded to a fatal overdose at a local hotel/motel in Frederick County.
An autopsy conducted by the Maryland Medical Examiner’s Office, revealed the cause of death was the result of Fentanyl and alcohol intoxication.
During the course of the investigation, detectives with the Narcotics Investigation Section identified a suspect who is alleged to be responsible for selling the victim Fentanyl.
Through investigative techniques, interviews, and consultation with the Frederick County State’s Attorney’s Office, the suspect was indicted. On January 15th, 2019, Anthony Dale Davidson, 26, of Frederick, was arrested on the outstanding warrant related to his indictment. Davidson was indicted on the following charges:
1. Distribution of Fentanyl
2. Possession with intent to distribute Fentanyl
3. Possession with intent to distribute Fentanyl mix
4. Possession of Fentanyl
Davidson has a free attorney, paid for by the taxpayers of Maryland, Catherine Spencer Keller, of Frederick, and he is being held without bond in the Frederick County Jail.
On Nov. 8, 2018, Frederick County Sheriff Deputy J. Stears charged Davidson with five counts of theft, one of them a felony charge.