FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Feb. 12, 2018
MDTA POLICE RECOVER DRUGS AND GUN
DURING TRAFFIC STOP IN BALTIMORE
BALTIMORE, MD - On Sunday, Feb. 11, the Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) Police arrested a Baltimore man after a probable cause search led officers to finding 24 film strips of suspected suboxone and a loaded handgun.
An MDTA Police officer stopped Davontrae Langley, a 23-year-old from Baltimore, at Rogers Ave. and Reisterstown Rd. for failing to obey a traffic control device and an equipment violation. Mr. Langely was operating a 2001 Audi. During a subsequent probable cause search of the vehicle, officers located the suboxone and the handgun.
The MDTA Police charged Mr. Langley with possession with the intent to distribute a controlled dangerous substance, knowingly transporting a firearm in a vehicle while traveling on a public road, possessing a firearm on person, knowingly removing the serial number on a firearm and engaging in a drug trafficking crime while transporting a firearm.
After processing, officers transported Mr. Langley to the Central Booking Intake Facility in Baltimore.