Traffic Stop Leads to Gun, Drug Arrest in Crofton
Police say they found a loaded gun, suspected Oxycodone pills and other drugs in the car of a Crofton man.
A traffic stop on Route 3 led police to arrest a Crofton man on multiple gun and drug charges on Thursday evening.
According to a police statement, at 10:19 p.m. members of the Western District’s Tactical Narcotics Team and Tactical Patrol Unit stopped a vehicle on Route 3 South near Johns Hopkins Road in Crofton for speeding.
A consensual search of the vehicle by the driver led police to find a loaded 9mm Rufer with 15 rounds in the backseat. Police also found 17 suspected Oxycodone pills with an approximate street value of $425 and a digital scale.
The driver, Casey Paul Davis, 32, of 1700 block of Gunwood Place Crofton, was arrested and transported to the Western police station for processing. An additional search then led detectives to approximately 2.38 grams of suspected crack cocaine along with a smoking device. The crack cocaine has an approximate street value of $214.20
According to online case search, Davis was charged with having a handgun in his vehicle, possession with intent to distribute narcotics and marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia.