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Two-Vehicle Crash Leads to DUI, Drug Arrest/ Seizure

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At approximately 8:10 am yesterday morning, Frederick County EOC receive reports of a 2-vehicle crash on

Bloomery Pike in the northern part of the county.

Callers indicated that one vehicle was on its side with the driver unable to get out. Units from FCSO’s Traffic Division

arrived as members of Frederick County Fire & Rescue stabilized the passenger vehicle and extricated the driver.

Upon interviewing the parties involved and examining the crash scene, Deputy A. Stump determined that a 2013

Chevy Sonic had crossed the double yellow line and struck a 2015 Dodge RAM occupied by a couple from West

Virginia. The male driver of the chevy was incoherent and unable to answer questions or identify himself with nothing

but a large sum of cash on his person. Deputy T. Cram conducted a search of the vehicle, attempting to identify the

male, where a large amount of suspected illegal drugs was subsequently found to include cocaine, crack

cocaine and an, as of yet, unidentified substance with a combined weight of 13 0z. and a street value of $26,000.00.

In addition to seizing the illegal narcotics, a total of $790.00 in U.S. currency was recovered from the driver

later identified as Shaquille O’Mar Webb of Cumberland, Va. Webb was believed to possibly be

impaired by the recent use of marijuana and a search warrant was obtained and executed for a blood

draw. As a result of the crash and evidence obtained, Webb has been charged with two counts of felony possession of

controlled substances with the intent to distribute, DUID, driving on a suspended license, reckless

driving, no insurance and two traffic infractions. He is currently under medical observation and remains in custody

awaiting his medical release and transfer to the adult detention center.

Sheriff Lenny Millholland stated that he is glad to know these drugs have been taken off the streets stating
“This individual was traveling through our area, apparently under the influence, while also transporting a significant amount of drugs. I think we are lucky he didn’t hurt or kill anyone in Frederick County with either of
these activities”.


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