Traffic Task Force Recovers 424 Bags of Heroin

[April 5, 2013, Havre de Grace, MD] — On, April 3, 2013 at 11:30 am, Harford County Sheriff's deputies, assigned to the Harford County Traffic Task Force, were conducting a traffic safety initiative on I-95 and stopped a black 2001 Chevy Tahoe with North Carolina tags traveling south near the Rt. 155 exit. The driver was identified as Shareef Damone Fed and the passenger as Anjeanette Monroig-Barrett. During the stop, a K-9 scan by the Maryland State Police resulted in a positive alert for the presence of a Controlled Dangerous Substance (CDS).

A subsequent search of the car recovered the following: .4 grams of powder cocaine, 44 grams of marijuana, and (1) cellophane wrapped block of heroin containing (400) individual bags of heroin packaged and ready for street sale. An additional (24) individually packaged bags of heroin were also recovered for a total weight of 118 grams of heroin. The total street value of the recovered drugs is approximately $4,900.

As a result of the search both suspects were taken into custody. Shareef Damone Fed, 30, with multiple addresses in Norlina, NC and Newark, NJ is charged with possession with intent to distribute heroin, possession with intent to distribute marijuana, import heroin into the state, possession of a large amount of heroin, possession of heroin, possession of cocaine, and possession of marijuana. Mr. Fed is being held on $500,000 bond at the Harford County Detention Center. Additionally, he is being held without bail on a warrant from New Jersey for narcotics violations. The passenger, Anjeanette Monroig-Barrett, 31, with an address listed at 1077 Burchette Rd, Manson, NC is charged with possession of marijuana. Ms. Monroig-Barrett was released on a $5000 bond from the Harford County Detention Center.

The Harford County Traffic Task Force is a joint law enforcement initiative created for the purpose of using multiple law enforcement agencies and resources to target efforts to reduce traffic crashes and traffic violations on Harford County roadways. Members of the Task Force operate throughout Harford County enforcing traffic laws to include speeding, aggressive driving, safety violations, driving while under the influence and driving while intoxicated violations. The Task Force is comprised of the Harford County Sheriff's Office, the Maryland State Police Bel Air and JFK Barracks, Aberdeen Police Department, Bel Air Police Department, and Havre de Grace Police Department.

News Release

April 05, 2013


  • Cristie Kahler

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