On August 19, members of the CCSO Traffic Operations Unit, Maryland State Police, Maryland Transportation Authority Police and members of the Maryland State Highway Administration conducted a DUI checkpoint on Route 210. Twenty-two traffic citations were issued, two civil citations were issued for drug possession, and two arrests were made – one driver had an open warrant and another driver, Tracy Erik Nasir Jones, 21, of Indian Head, had marijuana and a loaded AR-style pistol in his car. Jones was charged with possession of a concealed dangerous weapon. On August 19, a district court commissioner released Jones from the Charles County Detention Center on personal recognizance. The checkpoint was funded through an Impaired Driving Grant from the Maryland Highway Safety Office.

Tracy Erick Jones

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