Baltimore police seized a smorgasboard of drugs in a bust on Wednesday, and arrested two suspected drug dealers. Detectives found large amounts of heroin, cocaine and marijuana in two cars during what was described as a traffic stop in northwest Baltimore.
Police say the detectives initially pursued in car to the rear parking lot of a business in the 3600 block of Rogers Ave. They called in a K-9, and found a kilo of raw heroin, and 1.5 kilos of cocaine, as well as cash.
While investigating that car, detectives saw a man later identified as 51-year-old Rayon Gray crawling toward another car in the parking lot. They searched that car, and found 17 pounds of marijuana. Montego Bay Bakery, which is also located in the block, was also searched.
Police believe Gray and the driver of the first car, Derrick Lamb, are “major” drug dealers in west and northwest Baltimore. Both were arrested.
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