College Student Sentenced for Drug, Gun Sales

Sales occurred at Bethesda Metro Station

Monday, Nov 22, 2010  |  Updated 11:45 PM EDT
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Drugs & Guns at Bethesda Metro

Kirk Weddle

Pointing a gun at his ex cost a Gary man a trip to the police

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David Glenn Bonett, 23, of Mt. Airy, Md., was sentenced today to 30 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release.

Federal prosecutors said the former Montgomery College student distributed Oxycodone and marijuana and dealt in firearms without a license.
 
According to Bonett’s plea agreement, on five occasions from Jan. 25 through April 28 he met an undercover Montgomery County Police Department detective at the Metro station in Bethesda to sell guns and/or drugs to the police officer. Bonett and the detective also exchanged text messages and had telephone conversations about firearms and narcotics. 
 
During the course of the five meetings, Bonett sold the undercover detective at least four semi-automatic weapons, several loaded magazines, marijuana and at least sixty 80 mg Oxycontin pills.

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