Council Honors Drug Market Initiative (Photo and Video)

Over the past two years Montgomery County Police implemented the Drug Market Initiative program to stop drug operations in the Damascus Gardens neighborhood. On June 11 the County Council honored the efforts to improve the quality of life in the apartment complex. Police Chief Manger and Council Vice President Rice comment.

At the ceremonies in Rockville were, left to right: Catherine Matthews, director of the Upcounty Regional Center; Assistant Chief Russ Hamill; Christian Life Center Pastor Sean Libby; Toriano Cross of the Department of Health and Human Services; Assistant Chief Darryl McSwain; County Councilmember Craig Rice; Police Chief Tom Manger; Captain Marcus Jones; Officers George Boyce and Marcus Dixon; and Captain Dave Gillespie.

At the ceremonies in Rockville were, left to right: Catherine Matthews, director of the Upcounty Regional Center; Assistant Chief Russ Hamill; Christian Life Center Pastor Sean Libby; Toriano Cross of the Department of Health and Human Services; Assistant Chief Darryl McSwain; County Councilmember Craig Rice; Police Chief Tom Manger; Captain Marcus Jones; Officers George Boyce and Marcus Dixon; and Captain Dave Gillespie.

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Learn more in this Gazzette article Police close Damascus Gardens drug market from January 11, 2012.

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