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Crisfield Man Arrested in Heroin Bust

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Eddie Heath Jr., of Crisfield (Photo: Crisfield Police Department) Eddie Heath Jr., of Crisfield (Photo: Crisfield Police Department)
(Photo: Crisfield Police Department) (Photo: Crisfield Police Department)
(Photo: Crisfield Police Department) (Photo: Crisfield Police Department)
(Photo: Crisfield Police Department) (Photo: Crisfield Police Department)

CRISFIELD, Md.– A Crisfield man is facing numerous drug and gun charges following a Thursday night heroin bust. 

The Crisfield Police Department said officers carried out a search and seizure warrant at 4240 Strobel Lane. Officers found approximately eight grams of heroin, $944 in cash, one shotgun, nine cellphones a 2004 Chevy Malibu, a scale and other paraphernalia, police said. The heroin had a street value of approximately $4,000, according to police.

Edwin "Eddie" Eddie Heath Jr., of Crisfield, was arrested and charged with CDS possession with intent to distribute, CDS possession – not marijuana, CDS possession of paraphernalia, common nuisance/distribution of CDS, firearms and drug trafficking, CDS; distribution with firearm, firearm use/felony- violent crime, rifle/shotgun possession, and a felon in possession of a rifle/shotgun, police said.

Police are considering this an active and ongoing drug investigation.

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