On October 5, 2018, before the Honorable Thomas G. Ross of the Queen Anne’s County Circuit Court, Rondre Tavon Conyer (202 Gravel Run Road) entered a plea of guilty to Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine and Resisting Arrest. On December 4, 2018, Mr. Conyer was sentenced to 20 years to the Division of Corrections, execution of that sentence suspended as to all but seven years to serve and placed on five years of supervised probation to commence upon his release from incarceration.

Mr. Conyer’s conviction stems from a traffic stop conducted by Tpr. Carroll and a subsequent K-9 scan by Tfc. Fohs and his K-9 partner Euro, of the Maryland State Police, that occurred on May 14, 2018 wherein Mr. Conyer was found to be in possession of a significant amount of controlled dangerous substances. The Maryland State Police Crime Lab identified these drugs to be over 10 grams of fentanyl, a Schedule II controlled dangerous substance and over 16 grams of cocaine, a Schedule II controlled dangerous substance. The evidence in the case indicated that Mr. Conyer possessed these items with the intent to distribute them.

The case was prosecuted Christine Dulla Rickard, Deputy State’s Attorney.