According to the warrant, on December 17th, Die-Gueye was driving on East West Highway where he was stopped by the police for driving with a missing headlight. The officer approached the car and smelled the strong odor of marijuana. Die-Gueye was asked to exit the vehicle; when he did so the officer saw a small amount of marijuana on the floor. The officer searched the vehicle where he located a digital scale and a significant amount of marijuana. The warrant further states that after being read his rights, Die-Gueye gave verbal and written consent to go to his residence for his identification and told the officers where he had more marijuana and a gun. The marijuana that was confiscated had an estimated street value of over $3400.00 dollars.
Upon receiving the warrant, the deputies’ investigation determined that Die-Gueye could be located in the 3500 block of Toledo Terrace, in Hyattsville, MD. When deputies responded to the address they spotted the suspect looking out of the back window. A female opened the door and Die-Gueye was taken into custody and transported to the Prince George’s County, MD Department of Corrections for processing.
Die-Gueye was also charged with Firearm Drug Traffic Crime, CDS Distribution with a Firearm, CDS Possession of Marijuana, and CDS Possession of Paraphernalia.
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