On Wednesday, December 5th, a Maryland man was sentenced to 20 years in prison after he pled guilty in Maryland circuit court to possession of cocaine with intent to distribute and possession of a handgun linked to drug dealing. The case stemmed from a traffic stop near the intersection of Suitland Parkway and Naylor Road last May. Park Police officer Joseph Bellino stopped a car with illegal window tinting, then arrested the operator, Herman Dozier, 32, when he performed poorly on standardized field sobriety tests. A search of Dozierâs car led to the discovery of a large brass-knuckle knife, a fully loaded .38-caliber Smith and Wesson handgun, marijuana, 20 ecstasy pills and 76 bags of crack cocaine. The handgun was one of 49 guns that had been reported stolen in 2006 from Commando Canine Inc., a private kennel club in Clinton, Maryland. During a subsequent search of Dozierâs home, police found a .380-caliber handgun, a .22-caliber long rifle, ammunition and $6,300.