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Ocean City Narcotics Detectives Conclude Heroin Investigation

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OCEAN CITY, MD- Police say on November 26, 2013, at approximately 4:55 p.m. the Ocean City Police Narcotics Unit, with the assistance of the Special Enforcement Unit, concluded a heroin distribution investigation with the arrest of Timmy Morris, 30. Morris has no fixed address.

Authorities say Morris was arrested after a three-week undercover investigation in which detectives made purchases of heroin from Morris. They say Morris was arrested in the area of 58th Street and Coastal Highway without incident.  Officials say at the time of arrest, Morris was in possession of 39 bags of heroin, a small amount of crack cocaine and over $300 in US currency.

Police say a second subject, Mathew Kyle Anderson, 23, of Selbyville, DE was also arrested during this incident.  They say Anderson was with Morris at the time of his arrest and was found to be in possession of Suboxone.

Authorities say Morris has been charged by Ocean City Police with three counts of heroin possession, two counts of distribution of heroin, and possession with intent to distribute heroin. Anderson was charged with possession of Suboxone. Officials say both were seen by a Maryland District Court Commissioner. Police say Morris was transferred to the Worcester County Jail on $50,000 bond and Anderson was released on his own recognizance.

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