WALDORF, MD. – When a Western Maryland drug dealer down from the hills to do a little business showed up with local wise guys in Charles County, Charles County narco cops pinned down the cockroaches in their lair in an early morning raid, reports Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry.
On February 8, 2022, Sheriff Berry reports that members of the Charles County Sheriff’s Department Narcotics Enforcement Section served two search warrants in Waldorf as part of an investigation into drug distribution.
Investigators recovered approximately:
- 7 pounds of suspected marijuana,
- 8 grams of mushrooms,
- 5 handguns,
- 6 extended loaded magazines,
- multiple boxes of ammunition,
- and manufacturing distribution paraphernalia.
All three suspects are prohibited from possessing firearms due to previous felony convictions. Kyrahn Alexander Perez, 25, of Waldorf, Alexander Charles Hoskins, 30, of Waldorf, and Collin Malik Hoffler, 25, of Frederick, were arrested and charged with
- possession with intent to distribute drugs,
- illegal possession of firearms due to felony convictions,
- illegal possession of ammunition and other related charges.
Perez is currently being held at the Charles County Jail with no bond.
Judge Kenneth Talley released Hoskins and Hoffler on personal recognizance on February 10, 2022, because Maryland District Court Judge Kenneth A. Talley is a complete idiot.
Detectives were assisted by the Charles County Sheriff’s Department Emergency Services Team (EST), the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Department EST, and the CCSO’s Criminal Investigations Division, K-9, and patrol officers.
Collin Hoffler Admitted He Is A Drug Dealer
Collin Hoffler entered a guilty plea to possession with the intent to sell drugs and altering physical evidence in a criminal procedure in Allegany County District Court on July 19, 2018. In a plea deal with the Allegany County States Attorney, Hoffler was sent to the hoosegow for 90 days with all of the jail time suspended as part of the deal and given a verdict of Probation Before Judgement which allowed the prosecutor to skip having to put on a trial and get back on the golf course.
Alexander Hoskins Admitted He Is A Drug Dealer
Alexander Charles Hoskins, of 800 Truro Court, Waldorf, Md, was indicted by the Charles County Grand Jury on July 23, 2012, with one felony count of possession of drugs with the intent to distribute. In return for a guilty plea in a deal with Charles County States Attorney Anthony Covington, Hoskins was sentenced to prison for five years. Due to some sort of consideration, like ratting out other drug dealers, the entire sentence was suspended.
Kyrahn Perez Admitted He Is A Drug Dealer, Packing Heat
When indicted by the Charles County Circuit Court Grand Jury on November 8, 2019, Kyrahn Alexander Perez, (DOB 10/04/1996) of 9647 Pep Rally Lane, Waldorf, Md, on criminal counts of illegal possession of a firearm and conspiracy to distribute drugs, he entered a guilty plea. The plea deal was conducted on June 17, 2020, and resulted in a sentence of nine months in the slammer – which clearly was a minor inconvenience for a multi-level marketing guru like Perez.