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Man wanted in June shooting waives extradition

August 29, 2003|by JULIE E. GREENE

julieg@herald-mail.com

A man Hagerstown Police wanted in connection with a June shooting at Noland Village has agreed to waive extradition from New York to Maryland, Hagerstown Police Lt. Rick Johnson said he learned Thursday.

Johnson said arrangements still had to be made to transfer Tariq Dane Small, also known as Richard D. Small and R Dot, from the New York Police Department in Brooklyn to Hagerstown.

Hagerstown City Police have three arrest warrants for Small, 18, whose last known local address was 124 S. Prospect St., police said.

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A Washington County District Court arrest warrant issued July 8 charged Small with first- and second-degree assault, reckless endangerment, possession of a handgun in a motor vehicle and wearing/carrying a handgun, according to police.

Those charges stem from a June 19 shooting at Noland Village's Court 4, according to the statement of probable cause in the case.

About two shots were fired toward a group of males at around 7:30 p.m., but no one was injured, according to the statement. The suspect fled in a green sport-utility vehicle.

A District Court arrest warrant issued June 23 charged Small with possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine, possession of crack cocaine and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, police said.

A District Court bench warrant issued May 14 charged Small with failing to appear for trial on May 14 for an original charge of failing to obey, according to a police statement.

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