Waverly resident set to be sentenced for drug distribution

April 11, 2000|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

A Baltimore man was found guilty yesterday after he pleaded innocent to a charge of selling cocaine to an undercover trooper last fall in Westminster.

According to a plea bargain, Elam Mansur Young Bey, 20, of the 3700 block of Elkader Road in Waverly, is scheduled to be sentenced in July and serve no more than 18 months.

Prosecutor Theresa M. Adams said an undercover officer gave $40 to Bey in Winters Alley on Oct. 24. In return, The officer received a bag containing a small amount of cocaine.

Adams said she will ask that Bey receive a five-year prison term with all but 18 months suspended when Circuit Judge Michael M. Galloway imposes a sentence July 13.

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