Two face drug charges after traffic stop

August 03, 2005

HAGERSTOWN - Two people were charged with drug counts Tuesday after a police officer stopped a vehicle they were in on Salem Avenue, police said.

Hagerstown Police Officer Tom Kelly stopped the vehicle in the 1300 block because he knew that the driver, Monique Keisha Thomas, 29, of 345 Woodpoint Ave., Hagerstown, had a suspended driver's license, Sgt. Jim Hurd said.

Hurd said a police dog scanned the vehicle and alerted his partner that drugs were inside.

When police searched the vehicle, they allegedly found drug paraphernalia on Mansour Abdul Corderman, 26, of Hagerstown, and crack cocaine on Sean Lamont Mosley, 21, whose address was not available, Hurd said.

Thomas was charged with driving while suspended.

Corderman was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Mosley was charged with possession with intent to distribute, possession of crack cocaine, possession of marijuana and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, Hurd said.


Corderman was taken to a Washington County District Court commissioner, who released him on his own recognizance, Hurd said.

Mosley was taken to Washington County Hospital instead of a court commissioner because of an unrelated medical problem, Hurd said. He was listed in fair condition Tuesday night.

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