In the early part of October 2017, officers with the Elkton Police Department’s Street Crimes Unit (SCU) began an investigation into illegal sales of narcotics in the 200 block of Hollingsworth Manor; the main source of this activity seemed to be a Tylor Marcus Rhoades. Through the investigation, officers discovered Rhoades was distributing narcotics and using his residence, 217 B Hollingsworth Manor, to facilitate his distribution activity.
As a result of this investigation, officers obtained a search & seizure warrant for 217 B Hollingsworth Manor, the residence of Tylor Marcus Rhoades.
During the early afternoon hours on Thursday, November 2, 2017, officers with the Elkton Police Department executed the search and seizure warrant on the above address. Upon serving the search & seizure warrant, Rhoades was located on scene along with two handguns, 1.5 pounds of marijuana, 11 grams of methamphetamine, 6.6 grams of cocaine, 22 suboxine strips, 73 baggies of heroine, drug paraphernalia, and $848 dollars in U.S. Currency. Rhoades was taken into custody without incident and charged with numerous charges related to drug distribution.
This arrest is the product of the Elkton Police Department’s continuing high enforcement effort to reduce the drug activity in this area and throughout the Town of Elkton. Investigations into this type activity are ongoing and more arrests are expected in the coming weeks.
Tylor Marcus Rhoades (19 years of age) Hollingsworth Manor Elkton, MD 21921
Charges: A total of 17 charges related to Drug Distribution and Illegal Firearms Possession.
Capt. J. V. Zurolo Executive Officer Elkton Police Department 410-398-4200 Ext 18