Two Arrested in Frederick County For Incidents Involving ATV’s And Dirt Bikes

They were arrested at a storage facility in Frederick.

Jamontrez   Williams                                                                           Jahmad Disney

Frederick, Md (KM) Two Frederick men were arrested last Friday following complaints about ATV’s and dirt bikes. The Sheriff’s Office says Jamontrez Marque-Lee Williams, 24, and Jahmad Jayree Disney, 24, were taken into custody late at night at Your Space Storage, 4971 New Design Road,  in Frederick.

Williams is charged with malicious destruction of property, obstructing and hindering, and five traffic-related charges. Disney is also charged with obstructing and hindering, and five traffic-related offenses,, authorities say.

The Sheriff’s Office  says deputies set up surveillance at the storage facility on Friday night. Calls starting coming in at around 7:00 PM, and ended by 11:30 PM. Ten minutes later, deputies saw three riders return to the storage unit. Two entered the facility The third one fled after noticing police. Deputies took Williams and Disney into custody.

“”For over the past year, these same individuals have created chaos along the Frederick County and Frederick City streets and roads,” says Corporal Chad Smith, a  Sheriff’s Office Pro-Active Criminal Enforcement unit team member, in a statement. “These individuals  oftentimes wear ski masks to avoid showing their faces, along with dark clothing to avoid detection. Between the FSCO and the FPD {Frederick Police Department} our agencies handled more than 20 calls for service in the last year.”

Authorities say the two were apprehended following complaints about numerous all terrain vehicle and dirt bike riders traveling along city and county roads  showing a complete disregard for the public, not obeying the rules of the road, and wreaking havoc on neighborhoods and businesses.

“The  actions of Corporal Smith, the other PACE members and deputies that assisted led to the arrest of these two individuals,” says Lt. Trevor Hajjar, PACE team commander, in a statement. “With two of these individuals off the roads, we hope to see a large decrease in this kind of unlawful activity. However, we encourage the public  to call 301-600-2071 if they see or hear this activity in their neighborhoods or businesses.”

By Kevin McManus