Police log

December 03, 1998

FREDERICK, Md. - The Frederick Police Department made several drug arrests recently.

On Nov. 30 Officer Thomas Tokarz stopped a car in the 200 block of West South Street for a traffic violation, police said.

Tokarz searched the car, driver and passenger and found four to five rocks of suspected crack cocaine, marijuana , paraphernalia, smoking devices and powder cocaine, police alleged.

Mark G. Simmons, 24, of the 6000 block of Black Duck Court, Frederick, was charged with possession of crack cocaine and marijuana, possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine and marijuana, according to police.


Michael E. Denikos, 22, of the first block of East South Street, Frederick, was charged with possession of fake crack cocaine with intent to distribute, possession of cocaine, possession of paraphernalia and several motor vehicle charges, police said.

Bond information on Simmons and Denikos was unavailable on Wednesday.

On Dec. 1, officers served a search warrant at 1834 Jacob Brunner Drive at 5:35 a.m.

Daryl J. Randolph, 22 of Jacob Brunner Drive, Frederick was charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, police said.

His bond hearing was pending.

Also on Dec. 1 Officer Robert Marker responded to a call at the John Hanson Apartments. While speaking to the resident of one apartment, he noticed a marijuana cigarette in an ash tray, a rock of crack cocaine and a beer can which had been converted into a smoking device for drugs, police alleged.

Diane L. Vinson, apartment No. 30, John Hanson Apartments, was charged with possession of marijuana and cocaine and drug paraphernalia, police said.

She was taken to central booking and later released on personal bond.

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