Drug Arrest – On 6-9-17 an inmate at the St. Mary’s County Detention Center was found unresponsive and transported to MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital for treatment. The investigation determined the inmate had overdosed on suspected fentanyl which had been brought into the facility by another inmate identified as Saeed Akhil Handon, age 21, of California. The fentanyl was obtained by suspect Mary Frances Pressel, age 38, of Lexington Park, who then gave it to Handon. Handon then gave the fentanyl to Pressel’s boyfriend, Andrew Allen Klock, age 31, of California, also an inmate at the detention center. Klock gave a portion of the fentanyl to the inmate who subsequently overdosed. The investigation was conducted by the Narcotics Division. CASE #30319-17

Handon was charged on 8-24-17 by Corporal G. Knott with Possession Controlled Dangerous Substance, CDS Deliver Confinement, Possess Contraband Place of Confinement, Possession CDS while Confined, Contraband Delivery by Criminal Summons Service.

 

Pressel was charged on 9-6-17 by Corporal D. Corcoran with Possession Controlled Dangerous Substance, Contraband Delivery, CDS Delivery Confinement by Criminal Summons Service. No photo available.

Klock was charged on 8-24-17 by Corporal G. Knott with Possession Controlled Dangerous Substance, Possession Contraband Place of Confinement, and Possession CDS while Confined by Criminal Summons Service.