Anne Arundel Police Recovers More Than $22,000 in Marijuana During Drug Bust

Anne Arundel County Police announced today the recovery of nearly $800 in cash, multiple firearms and more than $22,000 in marijuana during a drug bust in Laurel. 

According to police officials, narcotics detectives received a citizen complaint in September for drug activity at a residence in the 8200 block of Brushy Ridge Road in Laurel. The investigation resulted in a search warrant which was executed by Special Operations Section on January 29, 2020.

The following was recovered from the residence:

•1,119 Grams (2.4 lbs.) of Marijuana (est value $22,380.00)
•One digital scale
•One box of 9mm ammo
•One loaded Glock 27 .40 caliber semi-auto handgun
•One loaded Taurus 9mm semi-auto handgun
•US Currency seized $780.00

The suspect, Landon Cornelius Johnson, 29, of the 8200 block of Brushy Ridge Road, was charged with the following charges:

•CDS Poss W/Int To Dist
•CDS: Poss Marijuana 10 Gm+
•Assault Weapon/Mag. Use
•Reg Firearm:Illegal Possession
•Firearm Use/Fel-Viol Crime
•Firearm/Drug Traf Crime
•Illegal Poss Ammo


  1. Funny how the police can never seem to catch the herion dealers, crack and cocaine dealers or the pill dealers...but so proud about catching a cannabis dealer. Stop wasting tax payers money for this.


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