BALTIMORE — Within hours of one another, two fugitives who were wanted by the ATF Baltimore Field Division were taken into custody in Baltimore County and Baltimore City on October 21.
Demetres Moore and Gilbert “Geezy” Dodd are defendants in two separate ATF investigations, both alleged to have participated in crimes as members of drug trafficking organizations operating in Baltimore City.
At approximately 4:15 p.m., officers with Baltimore County attempted a traffic stop of a vehicle driven by Demetres Moore. He did not stop the vehicle and ended up crashing through a fence and into a yard at Taylor Avenue and Ridgely Oak Road, suffering minor injuries.
Moore is the last of three fugitives and the last of 16 defendants to be taken into custody after an indictment in January 2019. He is federally charged with narcotics conspiracy and conspiracy to possess a firearm in furtherance of drug trafficking.
A reward of $5,000 each was originally released on February 6 for information leading to the arrest of Moore and two co-defendants, Diontaye Demory and Michael Reaves. Demory was arrested by Baltimore County Police Officers the day after the rewards were announced and Reaves was taken into custody by the U.S. Marshals Service in July.
At approximately 3 p.m. on the same day, Gilbert “Geezy” Dodd was taken into custody by Baltimore City Police Officers and ATF Special Agents. He was federally indicted, along with five others, on August 21 for his role in a drug distribution conspiracy operating in Southwest Baltimore.
His co-defendant Marlowe “Loe” Harvard is still a fugitive and a $2,500 reward remains in place for any information that will lead to his arrest. The indictment specifically alleges that both Dodd and Harvard conspired to sell narcotics. Anyone with information about Harvard should contact ATF at (888) ATF-TIPS or ATFtips@atf.gov.