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Salisbury Drug Dealer Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison

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Timyron Lamont Hutt Timyron Lamont Hutt

SALISBURY, Md.- A Wicomico County jury on Tuesday convicted a Salisbury man of possession with the intent to distribute heroin and possession with the intent to distribute cocaine. 

Following the trial, 23-year-old Timyron Lamont Hutt was sentenced to 15 years in the Maryland Division of Corrections for the heroin offense. 

The first 10 years of that sentence represent a mandatory minimum, non-parole eligible sentence based upon Hutt's status as a subsequent offender. 

Hutt had previously been convicted of possession with the intent to distribute narcotics in 2008. Under the count related to possession with the intent to distribute cocaine, Hutt was sentenced to five years. 

That five years was suspended and a term of five years of probation was imposed upon his release from prison.
 
Hutt had been pending charges related to his arrest. After conducting an investigation into a drug complaint, Maryland State Police troopers found that Hutt had an outstanding warrant for a parole violation related to an earlier drug conviction. 

Authorities said that after Hutt's arrest, troopers discovered a significant amount of heroin as well as cocaine in a baggie which was concealed between the cheeks of Hutt's buttocks.
 

 

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