Salisbury man pleads guilty to felony narcotics possession, sentenced to 7 years behind bars

SALISBURY, Md. – A Salisbury man was convicted after guilty of possession of cocaine for distribution purposes.

On February 4, 2021, a Maryland State Police officer stopped a vehicle at 54-year-old Everett Field. During the stop, Fields reportedly got his vehicle moving and fled the crime scene. Fields was arrested a short time later and found in possession of 196 grams of cocaine and a substantial amount of cash.

A Wicomico County judge sentenced Fields to 15 years in prison, all but 7 years in prison. After his release, he is placed on parole and under supervision. In addition, as part of the plea, Fields forfeited $ 4,600 of the proceeds from his illicit drug sales.

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