Seibert: Keyyon Robert Cornish JOHNSON, age 24; Sean Tavon STOGDON, age 23; Marquese Tavon WARD, age 23; and Marcel EDMONDS, age 23, all of Baltimore, Maryland, entered pleas of guilty to “Possession with Intent to Distribute Heroin.” JOHNSON and STOGDON, who are free on bond, and WARD and EDMONDS, who are in custody, each face up to 20 years in prison.
And in the end, Cambridge ranks as the worst city to live in Maryland for 2018.
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When they did, they found a coat with a UPS insignia as well as a pay stub, assorted mail and a wallet with credit cards. The address led detectives to a home in Baltimore Highlands, 12 miles from the burning body. Joanne Mauck, who ran a prison ministry at the Maryland Correctional Institute for Women in Jessup, was surprised to see Mc Kay again.
Parked at the curb was a Pontiac Trans Am registered to Fertitta. If there had been one prisoner she believed had truly repented her crimes and longed for a second chance, it had been Cindy Mc Kay. Perhaps, Mauck thought to herself, she had never really understood Mc Kay at all.
In other matters before Judge Groh, MICHELLE BROWN, age 35, of Martinsburg, was sentenced to 57 months in prison and three years of supervised release for the “Distribution of Crack Cocaine.” BROWN, who is free on bond, will self-report to Federal prison. Timico Constine JOHNSON, age 44 and Kenneth An’Bon WANG, age 28, of Martinsburg entered pleas of guilty to “Distribution of Crack Cocaine.” JOHNSON and WANG each face up to 20 years in prison.