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20 People Arrested for Drug Dealing Charges in Cambridge

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CAMBRIDGE, Md. - Police say they have arrested 20 people for drug dealing charges in Cambridge and are looking for seven other suspects. The Dorchester County Sheriff's Office say they started a roundup of all the suspects on May 28, 2009.

According to detectives, the arrests were made possible due to a 12 month undercover investigation led by the Dorchester County Narcotics Task Force in which a Dorchester County Deputy Sheriff assigned to the Task Force was able infiltrate the illegal drug market in Cambridge.

The investigation led to 43 Circuit Court Grand Jury Indictments against 27 Cambridge residents. Through Friday, 20 of the 27 people indicted have been arrested and charged.

One suspect arrested was from Hurlock, Brett De'shawn Addison, 24, held on $125,000 bond. The other suspects arrested were from Cambridge and are:

K'Mar Tommy Hall, 25, held on $100,000 bond

Tyrine Lavar Watson, 25, held on $100,000 bond

Tav'Rein Tyrie Potter, 19, held on $50,000 bond

Tavon Marquese Jones, 25, held on $100,000 bond

Latoya Sade Coverdale, 19, held on $50,000 bond

Joseph Arnel Chester, 43, held on $100,000 bond

Darren Lewis Stafford, 24, held on $200,000 bond

Robert Michael Haines Jr., 19, held on $200,000 bond

Damine Lavar Cornish, 29, held on $400,000 bond

Justin Kerington Ennals, 22, held on $100,000 bond

Joseph Lloyd Riddick, 34, held on $100,000 bond

Kevin Vondell Dawson, 31, held on $100,000 bond

De Won Ontray Sharpe, 24, held on $200,000 bond

Nikita Shyll Fletcher, 22, held on $50,000 bond

Ernest Darnell Ennals Jr., 20, held on $200,000 bond

Kenny Stanley, 25, held on $175,000 bond

La'Kurt Rochell Johnson, 20, held on $75,000 bond

Vincent Walter Travers Jr, 27, held on $200,000 bond

Rha Saan Ja Mar Jenkins, 22, held on $100,000 bond

Police say all of the supects named have been charged with various violations of the narcotics laws including distribution and manufacturing marijuana and cocaine. The remaining seven suspects are actively being sought.

According to authorities, over $2,000 was recovered during the roundup along with small quantities of crack cocaine and marijuana.

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