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Brooklyn man, 23, arrested with $2,500 worth of cocaine in drug raid

Brandon Brooks was charged with possession and possession with the intent to distribute cocaine as well as three counts of drug paraphernalia.
Brandon Brooks was charged with possession and possession with the intent to distribute cocaine as well as three counts of drug paraphernalia. (Handout photo courtesy Anne Arundel County Police Department)

A 23-year-old Brooklyn man was arrested with more than $2,500 worth of crack cocaine, as well as marijuana, drug dealing paraphernalia, gun ammunition and cash in a drug raid early Wednesday morning at his home, Anne Arundel police announced Thursday.

Brandon Dawanye Brooks, 23, had 28.21 grams of cocaine valued at $2,540; 8.64 grams of marijuana valued at $86; boxes of ammunition for a .9 mm Luger and a .357 Magnum; paraphernalia, and $8,599 in cash when narcotics detectives arrived at about 2 a.m. Wednesday, police said.

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Brooks, of the 300 block of Key Ave. in the Pumphrey area of the county where the bust took place, was charged with possession and possession with the intent to distribute cocaine as well as three counts of drug paraphernalia, police said.

He did not have a lawyer listed in online Maryland court records, and a number listed for the home was disconnected. A court hearing is set for Nov. 26.

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