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Suspected Drug Dealer Arrested in Berlin Raid

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BERLIN, Md.- Authorities say a month-long investigation related to the distribution of crack cocaine in Berlin has led to the arrest of an 38-year-old man on a variety of drug charges.

The Worcester County Sheriff's Office said the probe revealed that Alford Hardy of Berlin was distributing various quantities of crack cocaine from a home on Dinges Road. On Friday, Aug. 5, police executed a search and seizure warrant at the home.

During the raid, Hardy was placed under arrest for distribution of crack cocaine, possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine, and possession of crack cocaine.

Hardy was locked up in the Worcester County Jail on a $75,000 bond.

The Sheriff's Office was assisted by the Ocean City Police Department Narcotics Unit and the Maryland State Police– Berlin Barrack.

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