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Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - May 16, 1990, Frederick, Maryland A-4 the Frederick Post Frederick md., wednesday May 16, 1990 sting continued from Page Al looked smelled and tasted like a state chemist mixed a Batch of 2 percent crack cocaine for the night time sidewalk operation in Freder ick s Sagner housing development. Five defendants represented by three attorneys indicated an initial intent to contest the legality of the reverse sting. But judge Glaser upheld the policemen s right to sell cocaine even though defense attorneys likened the sting to the opera Tion of a Legal crack judge Glaser said every sting operation causes citizens to ask How can government do something illegal to catch criminals Why should t Law enforcement people be subject to the same stings have received court approval such As the operation that recently made headlines in . How far can you go to control this terrible evil thing drugs you have to make it difficult if not impossible to obtain. I believe this sting opera Tion was for the purpose of lawful judge Glaser said. Defense attorneys Stanley Needleman William Kalis and David Callahan had argued that police needed a special letter of authorization from either the Federal drug enforcement administration or the Maryland attorney general permit Ting them to manufacture possess and distribute cocaine. Or. Morrissette and assistant prosecutor Shelley Barrett argued that the sting operation was part of the government s announced Public policy to remove illicit drugs from Frederick. These officers had no criminal intent when possessing the or. Morrissette said. Without criminal intent they have not violated the we Are acting in the Public interest. We intend to limit the Market for illegal drugs in the hous ing projects. We re going to continue these or. Morrissette said. Of the 10 defendants convicted tuesday half received probation before judgment. Four were Given the Opportunity to earn probation before judgment by completing drug rehabilitation programs and one was fined because of prior drug convictions. Charges against three defendants were dismissed because the crack seized did t test positive at the Maryland state police lab or. Morrissette said. Since it was t ill Cril tin inc he said. All charges of conspiring to com Mit a crime by possessing cocaine were dismissed b the state because of a Lack of evidence or. Morrissette said. But the reverse sting was successful in narrowing the drug Market in Frederick or. Morrissette said and More operations Are Likely. The reverse sting was also a financial Success the county narcotics task Force received from defendants who bought Back vehicles seized during the arrests. Under state Law the government May seize any motor vehicle used to possess distribute or store cocaine. I be Cool this summer. Recycle aluminium cans. Reliable junk East East fifth its Frederick 6634482 m is 4 30 sat s noun Recycle All you can. Leyland Cypress grows 3 to 5 feet per year grows in marshy or dry soil not affected by Salt Spray prices from specially grown for flexible thick Lush foliage and extra wide shape. Mail orders six Trot we accept ton free 1-800-673-8514 larger sizes available brochure Nursery retail who mule p 0 Box 1599 Elton my. 21601 Pommy if the circuit court determines the owner knew or should have known drugs were in the vehicle the government can keep the vehicle. Circuit court forfeiture hearings Are scheduled june 8 on four vehicles valued at the following is a summary of tuesday s court Lewis Warren Allison 26, of Brunswick trial continued. Douglas Alan Barnes 32, of Stratford drive Frederick guilty costs probation for 18 months and probation before judgment if he maintains 90 Days of drug monitoring without any problems. Wayne Edward Bell 20, of Brunswick requested a jury trial in circuit court. No trial Date set. Brian Arthur Borchert 24, of Purcellville va., failed to appear attorney indicated client in treat ment program. Jack Anderson Brendel 38, of Harney Road Emmitsburg probation before judgment unsupervised probation. Timothy Michael Brent 27, of round Hill va., requested jury trial in circuit court. No trial Date set. Charles Lester Brown 26, of Lovettsville va., requested jury trial in circuit court. No trial Date set. David Samuel Brown 32, of South Market Street Frederick charges dismissed by the state s attorney. Debra june Cook 29, of Freder ick granted a continuance. Kenneth Riley Cook 32, of Frederick granted a continuance. Samuel Harrison Cooper 26, of Cannon Avenue Hagerstown fined judge Glaser cited his prior drug arrest record. William Richard Cunningham 23, of West b Street Brunswick guilty costs probation for 18 months and probation before judg ment if he maintains 90 Days of drug monitoring without any problems. Robert Eugene Dailey 27, of Hanover pa., granted a continuance. Joey Lynn Deshong 28, of main Street Mercersburg pa., granted probation before judgment. Celeste Ann Deuel 26, of Hagerstown charges placed on the inactive docket. Guy Roger Gaudreau 29, of Gaithersburg admitted Possession fined Edward John Giannini 28, of Depaul Street Emmitsburg charges dismissed by state. Thomas Leon Harriss 20, of Liberty Street Walkersville granted probation before judgment. Roger Lee Lowe of Frederick requested jury trial. No Date set. Benjamin Raymond Napper 38, of harpers ferry w. Va., granted probation before judgment. Timothy David Nicholson 29, of Dickerson guilty costs probation for 18 months and probation before judgment if he maintains 90 Days of drug monitoring without any problems. William Anthony Odom 20, of Hanover pa., granted probation before judgment. T Leonard Bruce Palmer 20, of Williamsport charges dismiss end by the state. Patrick Edward Stevens 19, of Hagerstown granted a continuance. Dewayne Lee Woolfolk 24, of Lovettsville va., requested a jury trial. No trial Date set. As part of pre trial plea negotiations the following defendants agreed to to have their vehicles returned or. Cunningham paid for his 1984 Toyota truck. Or. Borchetti paid for his 1988 Chevy truck. Or. Dailey paid for his 1986 Chevy truck. Or. Brendle paid for his 1979 Toyota truck. David Brown paid for his 1986 Chrysler. Or. Barnes paid for his 1989 Ford. Or. Allison paid for his 1981 Csc truck. Or. Nicholson paid for his 1986 Chevy . Kenneth Cook surrendered his 1978 Dat Sun. Or. Woolfolk paid for his 1985 Isuzu truck. Forfeiture proceedings have been filed by the state s attorney s office against the following vehicles a1982 Chevrolet valued at owned by Celeste and Patrick Deuel a1977 Plymouth valued at owned by Joey Deshong a 1976 Buick valued at owned by Napper and Edward Moton a 1979 Pontiac valued at owned by or. Brent. A 1989 Ford escort operated by or. Cooper but owned by Massey rental was returned according to police. Stiff photo k7 Mirk in Mem the family life Center honoured Doris d. Remsberg with the Reinberger award at its fifth annual gala dinner at the Sheraton inn tuesday night. From left Are Barbara Brittain executive director of the Center Ramona Remsberg gala chairman Calvin Sturdivant president of the Center s Board mrs. Remsberg and Karl s. Manwiller jr., guest speaker. Remsberg wins Reinberger award by Dawn Onley news Post staff Doris d. Remsberg was honoured at the fifth annual gala dinner and Reinberger award presentations tuesday night for dedicating her life to the Benefit of All people. The award is Given annually and is named after or. Francis Reinberger whose vision of a family support program led to the establishment of the Frederick county family life Center in 1982. The Frederick county family life Center is a non profit organization that offers programs to help families Cope with the pressures of society said Calvin Sturdivant president of the Center s Board of directors. Mrs. Remsberg a Woodsboro native took people with Down s syndrome who were hidden in the closet and encouraged them to come out and be proud said Karl s. Manwiller jr., speaker for the pro Gram and previous president of the Frederick county family life Center s Board of directors. Mrs. Remsberg is currently the principal of Rock Creek special education school. She has also worked for establishment such As the Scott key Center Jeanne Bussard workshop and the association for retarded citizens. Or. Manwiller said the Basic building Block of any society is the family and family life is the first priority of mrs. Remsberg s Busy presenting the award to mrs. Remsberg was or. Albert Powell a former recipient of the award. He said mrs. Remsberg has been Tough at times but one cannot be an effective Leader for handicapped people without stepping on some body s mrs. Remsberg received a stand ing ovation from the audience. Mrs. Remsberg said she would t be receiving the award without the support of others. There s nothing i Ever did and no one i Ever helped alone. Therefore this award is not just mine i share it with my staff and the Frederick she said. Joriu Ertta 00 we be got Frederick written All Over us until september in Stab str Thitu credit plan. Finance Cleom accrue Tram the Dale at Purchase installed Home improvements professionals the most trusted name around the House. 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