Bond set for four charged in drug bust

June 11, 1999

Bonds were set Friday on four people targeted in a late night drug bust at 312 N. Locust St. Thursday, according to the Washington County Narcotics Task Force.

NTF agents, assisted by the Hagerstown City Police street crimes unit, served a search warrant at 9:15 p.m. at the home.

Charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession of cocaine and marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia were Shairon R. Cornelia, 22, and Tiffany J. Frye, 25, both of 312 N. Locust St.; Annette M. Nokes, 25, of 622 W. Church St.; and Devon T. Conderey, 24, of 12919 Laurel Bowie Road, Laurel, Md.

Nokes was being held Friday night on a bond of $25,000.

Frye posted a $60,000 bond Friday afternoon and was freed, court records said. Cornelia posted a $70,000 bond later Friday evening and Conderey posted a $50,000 bond.


All four were held overnight at the police headquarters on Burhans Boulevard.

Capt. Robert Hart, acting police chief, said Hagerstown Mayor Robert Bruchey was at the scene of the drug bust Thursday night.

Some of the neighbors, who asked to remain anonymous, said they were pleased to see the mayor taking an interest in the drug problems in the neighborhood.

Police confiscated $4,600 in cash, suspected cocaine and suspected marijuana.

Hart also said a BMW was seized.

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