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D.C. man concealed 15 bags of cocaine in buttocks, Hagerstown police say

February 01, 2008

A Washington, D.C., man was charged with drug crimes Thursday night after Hagerstown police searched a home downtown and found the man was concealing drugs in his buttocks, Sgt. Jim Robison said.

Police obtained a search warrant for 41 Charles St. after citizens complaints and officers observing suspected drug-dealing in the area, Robison said in a news release.

While detectives were searching the home, two men knocked on the back door and police suspected they were delivering drugs, officers said.

Detectives searched the men and found that one of them, Pierre A. Lynch, had 15 plastic bags of crack cocaine in his buttocks, police alleged.

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Lynch initially gave a false name to police, but his fingerprints were sent to the FBI, which verified his correct name, police said.

Lynch, 20, of 3827 Naylor Road in Washington, D.C. was charged with possession with the intent to distribute crack cocaine, possession of crack cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia, obstructing and hindering and making a false statement to police officers, police said.

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