On January 5 at 3:15 p.m., officers attempted to initiate a traffic in the area of Berry Road and Streamview Drive related to a drug investigation. As officers approached the vehicle, they observed what was possibly a firearm in the driver’s pants. The driver, Jimon Khaleel Williams, age 25, of White Plains, was asked to exit his vehicle at which time he suddenly accelerated and fled toward Marsh Hawk Drive. Officers responded to the area and located Williams’ vehicle unoccupied and established a perimeter. Williams was spotted on foot trying to jump a fence. He was apprehended without further incident. Officers recovered a quantity of suspected N, N-Dimethylpentylone (Boot) and a large amount of cash from Williams. A police K9 scan yielded a positive hit on the vehicle. Narcotics Enforcement detectives obtained a search warrant for the car and during the search, 350 grams of cannabis, ammunition, a fully loaded high-capacity magazine, and another magazine were recovered.

Members of the K9 Unit assisted Narcotics Enforcement detectives with the investigation by conducting an article search of the area where Williams’ vehicle was located. The K9 teams tracked to the area of Golden Eagle Place and located a large amount of ammunition and a backpack inside a trashcan. Inside the backpack, detectives located a quantity of suspected Psilocybin Mushrooms, a quantity of additional cannabis, drug packaging materials, and a laptop.

The K9 unit also tracked to a recycling bin located on Golden Eagle Place. Inside the recycling bin, officers located a loaded firearm, which was the same caliber as the ammunition recovered from Williams’ vehicle. Williams is prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition due to a previous conviction. He was arrested and charged with possession with the intent to distribute drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, illegal possession of ammunition, and other related charges. A judge has ordered Williams be held at the Charles County Detention Center without bond. His next court hearing is February 2. Detectives are continuing to investigate this case.

Jimon Khaleel Williams

Diane Richardson
Media Relations Office
301-609-6557 or 240-682-1658

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