11 arrested in NoVa and Maryland after heroin probe

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Eleven have been arrested, and more than 400 grams of heroin and 330 grams of cocaine have been seized, after a year-long narcotics investigation that several local agencies collaborated on.

The Alexandria Police Department and Virginia State Police were the key investigators, assisted by the High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas task force of the DEA, Maryland State Police, the Prince Georges County Police Department, and the Prince Georges County State’s Attorney’s Office.

The following eleven individuals were arrested on the following charges:

  1. Anthony D. Terry, 57, of Dumfries for PWID heroin, and conspiracy to distribute more than 100 grams of heroin.
  2. Robert E. Hunt, 54, of Alexandria, for three counts of distribution of heroin.
  3. Gregory Taylor, 43, of Ft Washington, Md. for racketeering (RICO) and conspiracy to distribute more than 1 kilogram of heroin.
  4. Tyrone Washington, 37, of Ft Washington, Md. for racketeering (RICO) and conspiracy to distribute more than 1 kilogram of heroin.
  5. Tony S. Mann, 55, of Alexandria for racketeering (RICO) and conspiracy to distribute more than 1 kilogram of heroin.
  6. Albert B. Taylor, 60, of Alexandria for racketeering (RICO) and conspiracy to distribute more than 1 kilogram of heroin.
  7. Tony D. Smith, 31, of Woodbridge for racketeering (RICO) and conspiracy to distribute more than 1 kilogram of heroin.
  8. Jaqueline D. McBride, 61, of Fairfax County for racketeering (RICO) and conspiracy to distribute more than 1 kilogram of heroin.
  9. Richard C. Williams Jr., 63, of Alexandria for racketeering (RICO) and conspiracy to distribute more than 1 kilogram of heroin.
  10. Dwayne Mann, 56, of Alexandria for racketeering (RICO) and conspiracy to distribute more than 1 kilogram of heroin.
  11. Ronald Morton 39, of Clinton, Md. for racketeering (RICO) and conspiracy to distribute more than 1 kilogram of heroin.

“Fighting heroin and opioid abuse has been one of my top priorities as attorney general, and the cooperation and collaboration in this case shows that Northern Virginia shares that commitment,” said Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring.