Church Hill man charged in heroin distribution
CRUMPTON — A Church Hill man faces charges of distributing heroin after a three-month investigation by the Queen Anne’s County Drug Task Force that culminated in two arrests.
In August, the Task Force received information that Colin Connor Crawford-Goldsboro, 24, was selling heroin from his girlfriend’s Andrew Drive residence in Crumpton, police said.
During the subsequent investigation, an undercover officer acting in a covert capacity made contact with Goldsboro and purchased heroin directly from him on several occasions in September and October, police said.
Investigators, led by Tfc. Kyle Braightmeyer, obtained an arrest warrant charging Goldsboro with several counts of distribution of heroin. They also obtained a search and seizure warrant for his residence.
On Oct. 10, members of the Task Force, assisted by the Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Office Tactical Team and uniformed state troopers served the warrant at 13 Andrew Drive.
Crawford-Goldsboro, his girlfriend Donna Ruth and several other people were home when the warrant was served, police said.
The search resulted in the seizure of a small amount of heroin, several Tramadol pills and 1.1 grams of PCP from in and around the residence, police said.
Crawford-Goldsboro was charged with several counts of distribution of heroin, possession of heroin with the intent to distribute, possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia. Police said he has a criminal history for drug violations. Crawford-Goldsboro was held on no bond. His preliminary hearing is set for Nov. 9.
Ruth, 24, was charged with possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was released on her signature. Her preliminary hearing is set for Nov. 22.