Police arrest 2 men in Md. with over $170,000 worth of drugs, including cocaine and LSD

Alexander Naje Fattouche (left) and Matthew Sloan Hill (right) were arrested after police found over $170,000 worth of drugs in an Annapolis home. (Photo, Anne Arundel County Police)

Police have arrested two men and recovered an estimated value of more than $170,000 worth of drugs, including $52,600 of cocaine, $7,600 worth of LSD and $104,654 worth of high grade marijuana.

Anne Arundel County Police arrested both Alexander Naje Fattouche, 23, of Annapolis and Matthew Sloan Hill, 25, of Severna Park on Friday after they got a warrant to search Fattouche's home at 1522 Lodge Pole Court in Annapolis.

Police also found Ketamine and some heroin in addition to the other drugs. Below is a full list of what police found in the home:

-5,232.7 grams of high grade marijuana (estimated street value of $104,654.00)

- 526 grams of cocaine (estimated street value $52,600.00)

- 79.9 grams of Ketamine (estimated street value $3,000)

- Two blotter sheets containing 1,800 dosage units of suspected LSD (estimated street value $7,600)

- Six mason jars of hash oil and 68 grams of oil on paper (estimated street value $5,000.00)

-16 glass vials containing liquid Ketamine (estimated street value $1,680)

- 1.6 grams of heroin (estimated street value $160.00)

Fattouche has been charged with possession of LSD, possession of LSD with intent to distribute, possession of cocaine, possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, and possess a large amount, possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute, possession of Ketamine and possession of Ketamine with intent to distribute.

Hill was charged with possession of heroin and possession of Ketamine.

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