Good Police Work Leads to Discovery of Weapons, Drugs, and Ammunition

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St. Mary’s County Vice Narcotics detectives began an investigation into illegal drugs and weapons violations that were taking place in a Lexington Park neighborhood. Intelligence was received that the Suspects Douglas “Noah” Deshields, age 35 and Rainier “Ray” Nazal Dizon, 29, were involved in a dispute with a third subject.

Further information revealed that there was a stolen revolver as well as an assault rifle involved within the dispute. Narcotics detectives took Suspect Deshields into custody and recovered cocaine and marijuana. An additional call for “shots fired” was received from a Lexington Park neighborhood while narcotics detectives were in the immediate area.

Detectives observed Suspect Dizon leaving the area in a vehicle. A traffic stop was conducted at the intersection of Three Notch Road and Hermanville Road. Suspect Dizon was found to be in possession of a loaded, stolen 44 caliber revolver. A search of the residence that is occupied by Suspect Deshields and Suspect Dizon was observed leaving was searched.

Recovered were additional rounds of 44 caliber ammunition, an assault rifle and additional ammunition, cocaine, marijuana and other items of evidence. The handgun was stolen from a burglary in the Hollywood area. BCI detectives responded and continued that portion of the investigation.

Additional charges are expected against both listed suspects as well as a possible third.

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