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by - posted Jan 24 2013 8:54AM
 Incident:  CDS/Firearm Possession/Fugitive/Currency seizure
Date and Time of Occurrence:   1/23/2013 @ 2058 hrs.
Location of Occurrence:   N/B US RT 301 S/O Acton Lane, Waldorf, Charles, County,
CCN: 13-57-000422/000423  
     On the above date and time, TFC McCombs stopped a 2003 Honda Accord for a traffic violation. The driver was identified as David Lee Miller.  While conversing with the driver, several indicators of criminal activity were observed which lead to a K9 Scan on the vehicle.  A positive alert was given by the K-9 for the presence of controlled dangerous substances.
     A probable cause search of the vehicle was conducted which revealed a quantity of suspected marihuana.  Troopers noticed that rear seat of the vehicle was not fully secure and when lifted, a fully loaded  Desert Eagle  nine millimeter  pistol was recovered .  A wanted check of the serial number was conducted which revealed the pistol was reported stolen through the Prince George’s County Police Department in 2010. 
          A search of Miller’s person revealed a large amount of U.S. Currency which was seized as well as additional suspected marihuana. 


1) David Lee Miller, B/M,  age 36 of
    Upper Marlboro, MD 
Charges: Possession of a Stolen Regulated Firearm by prohibited person 
                 Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
                 Possession w/intent to use Drug Paraphernalia
                 Possession of a Firearm in a vehicle
                 Possession of Marijuana
Subject taken to Charles County District Court Commissioner for a hearing.
Investigating/Arresting Officer: TFC C. McCombs
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Location : MarylandWaldorf
01/24/2013 8:54AM
Maryland State Police Incident Report
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