Church Hill man faces drug charges
GRASONVILLE — A Church Hill man was arrested on drug charges after police searched his vehicle and discovered alleged drug paraphernalia on Dec. 2, said the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office.
Police acted on a report of possible drug usage by an occupant in a Mercury SUV near the parking lot area in the 400 block of Main Street in Grasonville.
When checking the area, police found the vehicle occupied by a male suspect. When asked, the man said there was nothing illegal in the car.
Police scanned the car with his police dog who was alerted by a possible controlled dangerous substance. The vehicle was searched and resulted in the seizure of several syringes and other items used to inject a controlled dangerous substance such as heroin. Also found was a glass crack pipe with residue.
Omar Francis Robinson Jr., 31, was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance (not marijuana) and possession of CDS paraphernalia.
Deputy First Class Mike Piasecki, Deputy First Class Brad Martz, Maryland Transportation Authority Officer Jordan, and the police dog, Spike, investigated the case.
OMAR F. ROBINSON JR.