GLEN BURNIE, Md. (WUSA9) -- A man faces drug charges after an officer found him with 590 pills packaged for sale, according to Anne Arundel County Police officials.
They say on Sunday at approximately 2:59 a.m., an officer was on routine patrol in the Point Pleasant community at the intersection of Genine Drive and Furnace Avenue. According to police, the officer saw a vehicle in the roadway, and determined there was someone in the driver's seat, who appeared to be passed out while the vehicle was running.
Police say the officer woke up the driver and "eventually developed probable cause to conduct a search of the car." The officer found a total of 590 pills that were separated by type and packaged for sale, say police.
Police gave this list of the prescription pills seized from the vehicle:
24 Ambien--Schedule IV
20 Hydromorphone--Schedule II
13 Propacet--Schedule IV
22 Morphine Sulfate--Schedule II
12 Acetaminophen / Propoxyphene--Schedule IV
20 Acetaminophen and Codiene--Schedule II
32 Hydromorphone Hydrochloride--Schedule II
18 Alprazolam--Schedule IV
101 Lorazepam--Schedule IV
117 Clorazepate--Schedule IV
Twenty-eight-year-old Joshua David Schulze of Brooklyn Park, Md. was arrested and charged with various drug offenses and his car was seized for asset forfeiture, say police