Father and son among 5 facing drug charges

April 22, 2003|by JULIE E. GREENE

Five people face drug charges after investigations by the Washington County Narcotics Task Force.

Alexander Levon Kendricks, 33, of 50 Summit Ave., Apt. 130, was charged with distribution of cocaine, possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession of cocaine, conspiracy to distribute cocaine and possession of marijuana, police said.

A Narcotics Task Force agent bought suspected crack cocaine from Kendrick on March 19, police said. The suspect gave the task force's informant a marijuana cigarette during the transaction, police said.

Police had been investigating a report of street-level sales of crack near Walnut and Antietam streets.

Kendricks was arrested in the area of Summit Avenue and West Antietam Street on April 17, police said.

A father and son were among three people arrested after the task force searched 13304 Park Head Road northwest of Big Pool on April 9, police said.


The Washington County Special Response Team assisted in the search. Marijuana was found in a second-floor gun safe, police said. Marijuana and crack cocaine smoking devices also were found, police said.

Roger Lee Schetrompf Sr., 46, of 13304 Park Head Road; his son, David Wayne Schetrompf, 22, of the same address; and James Andrew Brown, 24, of the same address, each were charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, police said.

Roger Lee Schetrompf Sr. also was charged with possession of cocaine, police said.

Another search warrant was executed at 12062 Smithfield Farm Lane west of Hagerstown on April 10, resulting in charges against Joshua Allen Repp, police said.

Five bags of individually wrapped marijuana and other drug-related paraphernalia were found, police said.

Repp, 21, of 12062 Smithfield Farm Lane, was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia, police said.

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