HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP)– Authorities in Hagerstown are holding two men on multimillion-dollar bonds after a drug bust that netted more than 100 pounds of marijuana and $300,000 in cash.


Twenty-six-year-old John Titus of Williamsport and 31-year-old Sean Andrews of Hagerstown had bond-review hearings Friday afternoon.


The Herald-Mail newspaper reports that police arrested them Thursday after an eight-week investigation.


Andrews told the court that his $2.5 million bail was ridiculous.


District Judge Dana Moylan Wright set Titus’ bail at $5 million.



(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

Comments (2)
  1. John says:

    What a waste of taxpayer’s money. If this was a legal and regulated substance, how much tax money would 100 pounds of pot fetch? Not to mention the time and money spent on an eight week investigation, police manpower hours, court time etc. When will the hypocrisy of prohibition end!!??

  2. Michael Black says:

    F–k the suppressive US federal Goverment!!! Revolution is around the corner

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