Fentanyl, xylazine, crack, meth, stolen guns seized from homes in St. Mary's County, Sheriff's Office says

Deputies in St. Mary’s County made a major drug bust Friday, seizing fentanyl, guns and cash from two different homes in a related search.  

According to the Sheriff’s Office, deputies found a fentanyl/xylazine mix, crack, cocaine, cash, two loaded handguns and drug manufacturing paraphernalia at the residence in the 21000 block of Great Mills Road.

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A follow-on residential search warrant was executed in the 45000 block of Oregon Way in Great Mills. 

The secondary search yielded a quantity of methamphetamine, various controlled medications, cash and another loaded handgun. Two of the three handguns seized were previously reported stolen.

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Terrance Lamar Barnes, 29 and Joseph Matthew Queen III, 30 were arrested and charged with two counts of possession with intent to distribute, firearm possession during a drug trafficking crime, possession of equipment to produce controlled dangerous substances (CDS), manufacturing of CDS: Narcotics, and related crimes.

Both suspects were transported to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center to await bond hearings.