More than two dozen people are facing charges after the bust of an alleged heroin supplier and three suspected drug dealing networks in Baltimore City.
A grand jury indicted 27 people this week, 24 of them on charges they conspired to take part in one of three drug distribution networks in Baltimore City, according to a release from the city state’s attorney’s office. Eighteen of those indicted have been arrested.
In addition to the indictments, Aaron Ausby, 22, of the 2800 block of Woodbrook Avenue in Baltimore was arrested last week. He is charged with supplying the three groups with heroin, according to the city state’s attorney’s office.
Investigators with the Baltimore Police Department and the Major Investigations Unit of the city state’s attorney’s office focused on the groups for several months, identifying their areas of operation within the limits of Gwynn Falls Parkway, North Fulton Avenue, Auchentoroly Terrace and Reisterstown Road.
One of the groups allegedly did business in the 2200 block Lynbrook Avenue, the second near the intersection of Orem and Parkwood avenues and the third in the 2300 block of Bryant Avenue, the 2400 block of Reisterstown Road and the 3300 block of Woodbrook Avenue.