Baltimore Man Pleads Guilty After Being Arrested with Large Amount of Drugs in Glen Burnie; Receives 5 Year Sentence
A Baltimore man was sentenced to prison after he admitted to being found with fentanyl and crack cocaine during an arrest in Glen Burnie last year.
Collin Levar Smith, 21, recently pleaded guilty to possessing a large amount of a controlled substance. On December 2, 2021, Smith was sentenced to five years in prison.
On September 16, 2020 at approximately 1:35 a.m., an officer observed a vehicle violate multiple traffic violations. The officer stopped the vehicle, a silver Ford Crown Victoria, in the area of southbound Ritchie Highway and determined the vehicle had been reported stolen out of Howard County.
Further investigation resulted in the recovery of several bags of suspected crack cocaine weighing approximately 17 grams, 216 capsules of suspected Heroin/Fentanyl weighing approximately 72 grams, a loaded Beretta .25 caliber semi-automatic handgun and $3,287 U.S. currency.
Smith arrested and charged accordingly.