ANNE ARUNDEL POLICE BEAT: ALLEGED DRUG DEALER, SHADEED WILLIAM’S STASH, REVEALS ENOUGH DRUGS FOR ANYONE TO BE GRATEFUL TO BE DEAD
SEVERN, MD. – When a man with haunts, including PG County and Northern Virginia, was stopped by Anne Arundel County Police Officer Ballard and found to have a crap-load of drugs, he did the Maryland two-step and was immediately released from the hoosegow.
The Alice in Wonderland Maryland Judiciary not only sprung Shadeed Talib Williams from jail on his personal recognizance but provided him with a free attorney paid for by the taxpayers.
Caught in front of elementary school
The Anne Arundel County Police report that on August 11, 2022, at approximately 3:05 p.m., an officer initiated a traffic stop in the area of Reece Road and Pioneer Drive in Severn.
Shaheed beat feet but was caught by flatfoots
The officer observed suspected marijuana within the vehicle. The driver fled on foot into a wooded area. Other officers responded to assist and located the suspect, who was found to be in possession of approximately 276 grams of suspected marijuana packaged in 40 individual bags, approximately 2.7 grams of suspected cocaine packaged in five individual bags, and approximately 4.72 grams of suspected Psilocybin mushrooms, and a digital scale.
Williams was charged with multiple counts of possession of drugs and distribution of drugs and jailed. Williams was immediately released on his own recognizance by Maryland District Court Commissioner Gregory Gulley.
Shadeed Talib Williams, 28, (DOB 12/25/1993) of 6200 Springhill Drive, Apt. 203, Greenbelt, Md., was assigned a public defender for a preliminary hearing in Annapolis District Court on September 7, 2022.
Williams entered a guilty plea to possession of drug paraphernalia in Prince William County Virginia District Court on October 9, 2018, and was fined $100.
On a felony charge of assault on a family member and abduction by force, Williams entered a guilty plea in Stafford County Circuit Court on January 14, 2021. He was sentenced to one year in jail, which included ten years of probation. The Stafford County Commonwealth’s Attorney Eric Olsen dropped a felony charge of using a firearm during the crime.