Man Found Guilty In Baltimore Fatal Pedestrian Collision While Using FentanylHe faces a maximum of 11 years in prison.
3 Men Sentenced To Federal Prison For Conspiracy To Distribute Fentanyl In BaltimoreThree Maryland men were sentenced to at least 10 years in federal prison for conspiracy to distribute fentanyl in Baltimore. 
Aberdeen Man In US Illegally Sentenced To More Than 5 Years In Prison For Selling HeroinA 31-year-old man who was in the United States illegally was sentenced Friday to more than five years in prison for selling heroin in Cecil County, the justice department said.
Baltimore Man Devron Lasha Young Sentenced To 5 Years After Police Seize Enough Fentanyl To Kill 37K PeopleA 22-year-old Baltimore man will spend five years in federal prison after police found enough fentanyl on him to kill 37,500 people.
MedStar Health Says It's Seeing Success With Free Fentanyl Test Kit ProgramLeaders representing MedStar Health's three Baltimore hospitals said a program offering patients free fentanyl test kits is helping people find a path to recovery.
Fentanyl Distributor Sentenced To 35 Years In Federal PrisonAn Anne Arundel County man was sentenced to 35 years in federal prison for a fentanyl distribution conspiracy and related firearms charges. 
Davon Nelson Pleads Guilty To Federal Fentanyl Distribution ChargesA 34-year-old Baltimore man pleaded guilty Friday to federal fentanyl distribution charges, the justice department said.
Fentanyl Is The Deadliest Drug In The US, But In Some Places, Meth Kills MoreFentanyl remains the deadliest drug in the United States. But in some areas of the country, methamphetamine kills more people.
Baltimore Felon Sentenced To Six Years For Possession Of A Firearm And FentanylChristopher Lovelace, aka Fat Chris, age 41, of Baltimore was sentenced to six years in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, police said.
Maryland Man Sentenced On Federal Charges For Fentanyl DistributionA federal grand jury convicted a Hanover, Maryland, man on five federal drug and related charges. 
New Drug-Identifying Tech That Could Reduce Accidental Exposure To Fentanyl Is Coming To MarylandThe Maryland State Police is currently in the process of purchasing the nearly $200,000 piece of equipment with grant money and they hope to have it within two months.