CRIME

P.G. County man faces 16 felony charges for selling drugs from store

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(WJLA) - A Prince George's County business owner is accused of selling drugs outside his Lanham shop.

Guardian Interlock Systems looks like any other office. But police say 30-year-old Daniel Turner, a former technician, was measuring out quantities of controlled substances in the restroom and taking them outside to his personal vehicle to sell to customers.

After finding a gram of cocaine in his pocket, they found even more in the ladies' room.

Neighboring business people say they have seen more car traffic through the area, and the place is not easy to get to -- and the notion of drugs being sold here has everyone in shock.

Turner currently faces 16 felony charges. Prosecutors say no one else in the office has been implicated. Guardian’s spokesman says Turner was fired when he was arrested.

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