SALISBURY, Md. - A Salisbury man has been arrested after officers allegedly found drugs in his car and home. The Maryland State Police Gang Enforcement Unit are saying that they observed Timmy Hall, 31, commit a traffic violation so they stopped him, and called for K-9 backup. GEU is reporting that the K-9 gave a positive alert, they then found what is suspected to be marijuana in the car, and placed Hall under arrest.
Members of the Rx Multi-Jurisdictional Task Force and the GEU executed a search warrant on Halls home and vehicles. Authorities are reporting that they seized a mix of suspected drugs including marijuana, heroin, and oxycodone. They also seized cash, and Hall's vehicles. GEU is saying that the amount of controlled substances that they found a quantity to indicate distribution.
The investigation into this case is on-going. Hall has been charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana, heroin, and oxycodone, in addition to other drug related charges.