- The Enterprise
- The Recorder
A St. Mary’s judge ordered this week that Emily Cathryn Humulock, 21, of Mechanicsville be admitted to an inpatient treatment program while in pretrial custody, in lieu of $100,000 bond, on an indictment charging her with possessing oxycodone last March in Hollywood with the intent to distribute the drug.
St. Mary’s narcotics detectives report that the indictment stemmed from an investigation of more than 35 incidents in four counties of fraudulent prescriptions being filled, for almost 3,800 oxycodone pills with a street value of more than $113,000.
Additional arrests are expected in the investigation involving the prescriptions filled at locations in St. Mary’s, Charles, Calvert and Prince George’s counties.
Humulock was released on personal recognizance last April after her arrest on St. Mary’s District Court charging papers alleging that she tried to obtain oxycodone at the McKay’s pharmacy in Charlotte Hall with a fraudulent prescription.
Humulock is scheduled for trial next month on nine theft charges and seven forgery charges in court papers alleging she participated in a scheme last summer that stole $1,375 from her mother.
Hollywood man indicted on heroin charges
A judge ordered this week that 10 percent of a $20,000 bond be posted for the pretrial release of Zachary James Yates, 21, of Hollywood on two indictments charging him with distributing heroin, on March 29 in California and May 17 in Hollywood.
In a separate matter, Michael Anthony Reed Jr., 28, of Staunton, Va., was released this week on $10,000 bond after his arrest on St. Mary’s indictments alleging he distributed cocaine in January 2007 in California and possessed cocaine with the intent to distribute the drug in February 2007 in California.
In addition, Jonathan Louis Grossman-Zoha, 19, of the Woodbine community west of Baltimore, was indicted and waived arraignment last month on a charge of the possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute on April 3 in St. Mary’s City. St. Mary’s narcotics detectives report that the indictment stemmed from an investigation of a drug distribution operation at St. Mary’s College.