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Pocomoke Man Sentenced to Prison for Selling Drugs to Undercover Police

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WICOMICO COUNTY, Md. – A Pocomoke City man has been sentenced to prison for dealing drugs to undercover police officers.

Anthony Deshields, 45, was convicted earlier this week by a Wicomico County Circuit Court jury of distribution of a controlled dangerous substance- narcotic, and sentenced to 18 years in the Division of Corrections.

According to Wicomico County State’s Attorney Matt Maciarello, the charges against Deshields stemmed from an incident that occurred Oct. 16, 2013, when he sold Maryland State Police officers $40 worth of crack cocaine.


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