A Hagerstown man who allegedly gave false information to police officers Friday was charged with several offenses.
Jovan David Williams, 21, of 673 Oak Hill Ave., was charged with concealing a deadly weapon, resisting arrest, failing to obey a lawful order and giving false statements to officers, according to Washington County District Court documents.
Maryland State Police saw expired tags on a vehicle on West Washington Street in which Williams was a passenger, documents state. Williams and the driver allegedly could not provide identification.
A K-9 scan of the vehicle allegedly gave a positive alert for a controlled substance, documents state. Williams also had a black, metal butterfly knife and about $2,500, which he said was his "birthday money," documents state.