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Bond set in drug case

September 29, 2004|by BRIAN SHAPPELL

Washington County District Judge Ralph H. France II set bond at more than $100,000 each Monday for a Hagerstown man and a woman charged with conspiring to sell drugs in Hagerstown, court records state.

France set bond for Nathaniel G. Baugher, 27, of 500 N. Mulberry St., Apt. 3, at $150,000 and bond for Karen A. Sharpe, 42, of 645 Oak Hill Ave., Apt. 2FS, at $110,000, according to records.

Baugher is charged with conspiracy to distribute and attempt to distribute crack cocaine and possession of marijuana, records state.

Sharpe is charged with possession with intent to distribute and conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia, records state.

The Washington County Narcotics Task Force alleged that Baugher and Sharpe worked together in an attempt to sell crack cocaine to an undercover informant Sunday near Wise and George streets. The task force alleges Baugher was in possession of $60 in task force money, given to him by the informant, when he and Sharpe were found on George Street.

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Baugher also was charged with conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine in connection with a separate incident, according to court records.

The Hagerstown Police Department alleged that Baugher worked with another man to try to sell crack cocaine on Aug. 7 at a North Prospect Street traffic signal.

He is charged with conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine in that incident, records state.

France set bond for Baugher on that charge at $75,000 Monday.

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