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Police log 1/18

January 20, 2003

Five face drug charges after apartment search



Five Hagerstown residents were charged with intent to distribute crack cocaine after the Washington County Narcotics Task Force and the county Special Response Team executed a search and seizure warrant Thursday at 455 W. Antietam St. Apt. 2.

Police said the warrant was issued as a result of an investigation that involved controlled purchases of suspected crack cocaine. A sufficient amount of crack cocaine was seized to indicate distribution, police said.

Police said they also seized drug paraphernalia.

Pierre Dorsey Lockley, 43, of 455 W. Antietam St. Apt. 2, was charged with two counts of maintaining a common nuisance, possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine and possession of crack cocaine. Lockley also was wanted on an outstanding warrant unrelated to the investigation, police said.

William Nelson Hull, 35, of 455 W. Antietam St. Apt. 2, was charged with two counts of maintaining a common nuisance, possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine and possession of paraphernalia.

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Tina Marie Socks, 28, of 952 A Security Road, was charged with possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine, possession of crack cocaine and possession of paraphernalia. Police said Socks also was wanted on an outstanding warrant unrelated to the investigation.

Dwight Orrin Lewis, 23, of 410 Wyoming Ave., was charged with possession of crack cocaine, possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine and possession of paraphernalia. Lewis also was wanted on an outstanding warrant unrelated to the investigation.

Kelli Richelle Wright, 33, of 455 W. Antietam St. Apt. 2, was charged with possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine, possession of crack cocaine and possession of paraphernalia. Police said Wright also had an outstanding warrant for arrest unrelated to the investigation.




Police arrest man on armed robbery charge



Officers from the Washington County Sheriff's Department arrested a man Wednesday who was a suspect in an armed robbery last week inside a Motel 6 in Hagerstown, according to a press release.

Police said they arrested Tyshawn Jones, 21, of 142 Broadway at the Washington Gardens Apartments and charged him with several crimes including armed robbery and assault.

Police said Jones and another man were in a room at the Motel 6 at 11321 Massey Blvd. with the female victim. The two men entered the bathroom, came out with a gun and one hit the woman twice in the head with a silver handgun, police said.

The men left with two pieces of jewelry valued at $1,500, police said.

Jones was being held Friday on $500,000 bond in the Washington County Detention Center.




Accident sends woman to Shock Trauma



FREDERICK, Md. - A Frederick woman was flown to Maryland Shock Trauma in Baltimore on Friday with injuries she received when she lost control of her car and struck a telephone pole.

Anabell Godoy, 18, of 7979 Parkland Place, was driving a 1998 Ford Taurus south on Gas House Pike just before 2 p.m. when she lost control on a curve, crossed the center line and left the road on the left side, the Frederick County Sheriff's Office said. The car hit an embankment and went airborne for approximately 25 feet before striking the telephone pole. The car sheered off the pole and attached lines fell into the road.

Godoy was listed in stable condition Friday night.

Gas House Pike was closed for several hours because of the downed lines, the Sheriff's Office said.




Man charged with drug violations, gambling



A Hagerstown man was arrested Friday on alleged gambling and drug violations, the Washington County Narcotics Task Force said.

Norman Lee Jacobs, 41, of 308 N. Cannon Avenue, was arrested at 16 N. Jonathan Street where a search and seizure warrant was executed on his home and business, Task Force director Cpl. Pete Lazich said.

Jacobs was charged with maintaining a common nuisance, cocaine; maintaining a common nuisance, administering marijuana; possession of a controlled dangerous substance; and six counts of various gambling charges, Lazich said.

The arrests followed a six-month investigation during which "undercover personnel gained access into the location and participated in the illegal gambling activities," Lazich said.

The illegal gambling included dice, cards and various other games, he said.

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