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Hagerstown man sentenced in drug distribution case

September 03, 2009|By DAVE McMILLION

One of two Hagerstown brothers charged with drug offenses following complaints about possible distribution of drugs at Super Seven Pizza on Franklin Street pleaded guilty Thursday in Washington County District Court to conspiracy to manufacture or distribute a controlled dangerous substance, according to court records.

In a hearing before Judge Mark D. Thomas, Patrick Fitzgerald Reynolds II, 26, of 332 Overbrooke Road, was sentenced to 18 months in jail, according to court records.

Court records showed 15 months and 14 days of the sentenced were suspended for Reynolds, who had credit for time served.

Reynolds also was fined $500, which was suspended, according to court records.

Detective M. Kovac of the Hagerstown Police Department said he went to Super Seven Pizza at 66 E. Franklin St. on June 16 and asked a woman where he could get some "weed," according to court records.

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The woman said Kovac needed to speak to Reynolds, who was in the shop, according to court records.

Kovac said he and Reynolds agreed to meet at a liquor store on West Washington Street, where Reynolds and his brother, Douglas Lee Hill Jr., allegedly appeared, according to court records. Hill allegedly showed Kovac a plastic bag containing marijuana, according to court records.

Hill, 18, of 673 Pennsylvania Ave., was charged with conspiracy to manufacture and/or distribute a controlled dangerous substance and his case was forwarded to Washington County Circuit Court.

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