Annapolis Police indicts twenty-two opiate dealers after a 6-month opiate initiative that led detectives to find the drug dealers.
"These indictments are one part of our effort to combat opiate addiction in the City of Annapolis,” said Annapolis Police Chief Scott Baker.
Through the Annapolis Opiate initiative, the Annapolis Police Department's Drug Enforcement Unit were able to go undercover and make 54 controlled buys in the city of Annapolis and its surrounding areas.
Detectives say majority of the purchases were made from those who were indicted.
Those indicted and arrested are identified as:
A 16 year old male from Annapolis, Arrested 10/19/17
Sean Cormier, 26 of Pasadena, Arrested 10/19/17
Demario Jackson, 22, of Annapolis, Arrested 10/20/17
Mario Kaskins, 35, of Annapolis, Arrested 10/18/17
Donte Mitchell, 38, of Baltimore, Arrested 10/19/17
Albert Parker, 39, of Halethorpe, Arrested 10/18/17
Terrell Ridgley, 27, of Annapolis, Arrested 10/18/17 – Also indicted in 2014
Ricky Stewart Jr., 33, of Annapolis, Arrested 10/19/17
Ronald Young, 39, of Annapolis, Arrested 10/25/17
Those indicted and WANTED are identified as:
Aatif Jackson, 24, of Annapolis
Abraham Jackson, 23, of Annapolis
Charles Hammond III, 36, of Annapolis
John Larkins, 52, of Annapolis
Kwazia Mitchell, 24, of Annapolis/Glen Burnie
Dominique Pratt, 24, of Annapolis
Lamont Smith, 26, of Annapolis
The Annapolis Police Department urges citizens to report drug activity. Citizens can call 410-268-4141 to report drug activity when they see it. Anonymous tips can be called into 410-280-CLUE (2583).