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Indictments of Individuals Operating Criminal Enterprise in Multiple Counties announced

September 29th, 2022 by WCBC Radio

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh today announced the indictments of six defendants for multiple charges including Participation in a Criminal Organization, Conspiracy to Distribute CDS, Possession with Intent to Distribute, and firearm-related counts. He also announced the seizure of a large quantity of fentanyl and handguns.  The defendants are 28-year-old Jawan Fulton, of Pikesville; 36-year-old Darvin McCoy of Odenton; 27-year-old Maleik Moody; 23-year-old Trayvon Guest; 34-year-old Rymek Milligan; and 23-year-old Trezjure Fielding, of Baltimore.


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<p>Description automatically generatedAn investigation led by the Organized Crime Unit of the Attorney General’s Office, Howard County Police Department, and the Strike Force 7 Group led by the Maryland State Police revealed that at least as early as September 2021 through June 2022, Jawan Fulton and Darvin McCoy were directing an operation to distribute large amounts of fentanyl in Baltimore City, Howard County, and Baltimore County. Investigators witnessed Fulton and McCoy supply controlled dangerous substances to multiple re-distributors who then sold the drugs to customers. 


Those re-distributors include Maleik Moody, Rymek Milligan, and Trayvon Guest. During the course of the investigation, detectives observed hundreds of hand-to-hand drug transactions in multiple jurisdictions and intercepted communications that confirmed the distribution of large amounts of fentanyl throughout Maryland.


Investigators linked fentanyl supplied by members of the operation to several overdoses in Maryland and surrounding areas.  In addition to seizing more than two kilograms of fentanyl, the investigation resulted in the seizure of six handguns.