FREDERICK, Md. (WUSA9) -- A man fleeing a traffic stop tried to get into a home and an occupied vehicle before he was taken into custody on Tuesday, according to Frederick police.
Police say that the department's drug enforcement unit stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation at 10:47 p.m. Tuesday. A K9 alerted on the Olan Carlos Mark's vehicle and when they searched it, they found marijuana, pills, and crack cocaine concealed behind a panel under the dashboard.
They say Mark fled on foot and tried to get into a home and an occupied vehicle, both unsuccessfully, before police took him into custody.
Mark has been charged with Fail to Remain Right of Center, Driving Without a License, Driving While Privilege Revoked, PWI, Possession CDS, Second Degree Escape, Resisting Arrest, Attempted Burglary, Tampering with Motor Vehicle.