Annapolis police charge Hyattsville resident with intent to distribute
BY REBECCA BENNETT — On May 18, the Annapolis Police Department (APD) arrested 24-year-old Jeremy Visor, who lives in the 3300 block of East West Highway, when officers “smelled a strong odor of marijuana” during a traffic stop.
The woman driving the car was pulled over for a cell phone violation, police said, and after they noticed the smell, Visor admitted there was marijuana in the car. Officers said they searched the car and found 31 grams of marijuana in the center console, along with $3,000 and 17 grams of cocaine in Visor’s backpack. A second backpack, according to APD, contained a total of 388 grams of marijuana.
Authorities charged Visor with two counts of drug possession with the intent to distribute, two counts of drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was held on $15,000 bond and has since been released.
The driver in the car was only cited for the cell phone violation.