Frederick Man Arrested After Fleeing Police, Barricading Himself In A Home

He has multiple warrants with the Sheriff’s Office and Frederick Police.

Frederick, Md (KM) A man wanted on multiple warrants was taken into custody on Thursday afternoon. The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office say Sean Imes, 18, of Frederick was apprehended after barricading himself inside a home.

At around 1:50 PM, authorities say deputies in the area of Oposumtown Pike saw Imes and attempted to place him under arrest.   But he fled the scene, and entered a house in the 200 block of Deervalley Drive.

Search and seizure warrants were obtained on the home, and the Sheriff’s Office SWAT team was called to the scene.

After Imes refused to come out, authorities entered the home and were able to take him into custody .

Warrants against Imes charge him with conspiracy to commit armed robbery, second-degree assault and unlawful taking of a motor vehicle. He’s now charged with fleeing from police.  Imes also has several warrants with the Frederick Police Department.

Schools in the area were put on a lockdown. But the Sheriff’s Office says through coordination with its  School Resource Officers, they reopened quickly.

“This was a great collaborative effort between the FCSO {Frederick County Sheriff’s Office} and the FPD {Frederick Police Department},” says Lt. Andy Crone, the Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Section Commander, in a statement. “We safely cleared the the house and successfully found the suspect without incident or harm to anyone involved.”

By Kevin McManus

Anyone who has additional information about this case is asked to call 301-600-1046, and reference case number 21-083755.