BALTIMORE — A 32-year-old man has been sentenced to more than 11 years followed by five years of supervised release for a conspiracy to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine as well as possession with the intent to distribute cocaine and marijuana.
According to the testimony presented at his trial, from at least October 2016 to December 2016, Delroy Williams, Jr. distributed cocaine and marijuana in the Baltimore area. In December after running into a person who he thought owed him money, Williams assaulted, robbed and shot at the individual before ramming their car and fleeing the scene.
Realizing that the victim knew where he lived, Williams took his drugs from his home and took them to his girlfriend’s home in Glen Burnie.
Law enforcement executed a search warrant at the Glen Burnie residence the following day and found almost five kilograms of cocaine, several pounds of marijuana and two guns from the house.
Witnesses testified that several more pounds of marijuana, more than $213,000 in cash, scales, and pistol ammunition were recovered from Williams’s truck.
Williams was convicted on May 20 of this year.
He was originally scheduled for trial in November 2018, but fled and was a fugitive until his arrest in January 2019.