Two Arrests Made In Connection With Residential Burglaries In Frederick County

The two suspects have outstanding warrants from other jurisdictions.



Frederick, Md (KM) No charges have been filed against two individuals apprehended this week in Frederick County in connection with several burglaries.

The Sheriff’s Office says detectives with the Criminal Investigation Unit and deputies with the Pro-Active Criminal Enforcement Team (PACE) were focusing efforts in northern Frederick County to try to locate suspects in a string of residential burglaries. in the  Wolfsville and Smithsburg areas. They were able to identify  Michael Denoon, 24, of Smithsburg as a suspect. . He was taken into custody without incident following a traffic stop. Denoon is wanted on warrants from Montgomery County and the Maryland Parole Commission.

Also taken into custody during the traffic stop was James Denoon, 41, of Smithsburg. He has an outstanding arrest warrant with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.

As a result of these contacts, the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office served a search and seizure warrant at a residence in the 13,900 block of Wolfsville Road, related to the burglary investigation.

James Denoon was served with his arrest warrant at the Frederick County Adult Detention Center. Michael Denoon was transferred to Montgomery County to face charges there.

No charges have been filed yet against these two men in Frederick County, but  the residential burglaries in the Woflsville and Smithsburg areas remain under investigation.


By Kevin McManus