Traffic Stop in Annapolis Leads to Drug Seizure, Two Arrests

A routine traffic stop in Annapolis led to the seizure of drugs and the arrests of two people, according to an announcement made by the Anne Arundel County Police Department. 

"On July 12, 2023, at approximately 11:10 p.m., officers conducted a traffic stop in the area of Archwood Avenue and Academy Street in Annapolis. A search of the vehicle was initiated based on probable cause," the announcement stated.  "The passenger fled when told to get out of the vehicle but was quickly apprehended. The search of the vehicle and occupants resulted in the seizure of a loaded 9mm handgun, approximately 32.79 grams of suspected Phencyclidine, approximately 8.26 grams of suspected Heroin/Fentanyl,  approximately 3.61 grams of suspected crack Cocaine and approximately 1.77 grams of suspected Buprenorphine Hydrochloride."
The driver and passenger were arrested, charged and identified as:
Heaven Nevaeh Bryan (driver)
Annapolis, Maryland

Dexter Deon Burnside, Jr. (passenger)
Annapolis, Maryland


  1. I wonder what community they resided in and just how this isn’t detected at home also.. and how long has it been going on? 20 year olds!

  2. What vehicle - were their darkened windows? Was there anything unusual, I d c if anyone finds that question judgmental, and anything - what was the traffic stop for?


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