OAKLAND — According to the statement made by the State’s Attorney for Garrett County, Maryland, Christian Mash, a Pennsylvania man was indicted on felony narcotics charges last week after it was alleged that he imported more than two pounds of fentanyl into the state from another state.
Bryant Mikael Warren, 30, of Jeannette, was indicted by a grand jury on multiple charges, including possession of a large amount of fentanyl, importation of fentanyl, possession with intent to distribute fentanyl, importation of cocaine, and possession with intent to distribute cocaine. Other charges include the importation of cocaine and possession with intent to distribute cocaine.
After receiving reports that Warren was driving carelessly and speeding on Interstate 68 near U.S. Route 40 on December 7, 2022, state police conducted a traffic check near that intersection. The stop led to the filing of the charges against Warren.
At the Garrett County Detention Center, Warren is being held without the possibility of bond.