Three men were arrested by Maryland State Police in connection with a cocaine distribution network. The three men were identified as 40 year old Carlos Cain of Centreville, 37 year old Adrian Reed of Chestertown, and 37 year old Baraka Chauka of Barclay. The three are alleged to have involvement in the directing of the operation. The arrests took place on three separate dates throughout May. The network was based in the Eastern Shore with the main operation being based in Queen Anne’s County. Powder and crack cocaine are suspected of being imported from Pennsylvania and Delaware to be sold in Caroline, Kent, and Queen Anne’s counties. The three men are believed to have been the ones importing the drugs from the different states. The three are currently being held on bond and facing charges including conspiring to import and distribute cocaine.
Over a dozen people have been arrested in connection with the cocaine distribution. According to Maryland State Police they have made 10 arrests, gotten 14 felony indictments, and have served 18 search warrants during the investigation. Police have also recovered different amounts of marijuana, heroin, and both crack and powdered cocaine. They have recovered eight vehicles involved in the drug operation along with over $14,000 in cash which is believed to be related to drugs.
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