Oakley Outlet Man found guilty of marijuana
Man found guilty of marijuana possession
February 02, 2000
A Westminster man who was found guilty yesterday of possession with intent to distribute marijuana asked a Circuit Court judge to sentence him to a state prison rather than the local detention center.
Daniel Oakley Outlet N. Robertson, 24, of the 400 block of Barnes Ave. entered a not guilty plea, agreeing to accept the prosecutor’s version of the facts against him. In return, Judge Michael M. Galloway agreed to delay sentencing Robertson until Tuesday and said he would abide by the plea bargain, imposing no more than a four year sentence with all but 18 months suspended. April 13 in the first block of W. George St.
Prosecutor Theresa M. Adams said Robertson tossed away a plastic bag when officers approached him. That bag contained 22.6 grams of marijuana packaged in 13 smaller bags that typically sell for $10 ea Oakley Outlet ch on the street, Adams said.
Yesterday’s verdict likely will violate probation that Robertson received in an unrelated Balti Oakley Outlet more County conviction, said Adams.
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