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Owings Mills man convicted on drug, weapon charges

An Owings Mills man was convicted on drug and weapon charges after federal authorities said he was selling cocaine and heroin in Harford County, prosectors said Wednesday.

Lyndon Fascisco Miller, 50, faces a mandatory sentence of 20 years in prison after officials seized heroin, cocaine and crack cocaine, along with a loaded handgun, from his home.

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The evidence presented at Miller's trial included intercepted calls captured by wiretaps on multiple phones, including some conversations in a Jamaican dialect, authorities said.

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