One was for a domestic violence incident.
Frederick, Md (KM)> Six indictments were handed down on Friday by the Frederick County Grand Jury.
The panel charged Larry Wendell Weeks, 40, of Frederick, with 1st-degree assault and 2nd-degree assault. “It was a domestic violence case where he had actually broke in through a locked door,” says State’s Attorney Charlie Smith. “The victim was taking a bath at the time, and he began to dunk her, hold her head underwater, slamming her head against the wall so severely that she had to be taken to Frederick Memorial Hospital for treatment.” The incident occurred on June 22nd at a home on Haydown Court in Frederick.
Other individuals indicted are:
* George Michael Pumphrey, 20, of Clarksburg, Md. He’s charged with 1st-degree burglary, 4th-degree burglary of a dwelling, theft less than $1,000 and malicious destruction of property less than $1,000 for an incident which occurred on July 26th, 2017.
* Jacob Alan Walker, 23, of Boonsboro, Md.. He’s charged with four counts of 1st-degree burglary, theft scheme of $1500 to $25,000, and 2nd-degree burglary for incidents which occurred between May 21st to June 20th, 2018.
* Nikkoi Maurice Wiltshire, 25, of Frederick, Md. He’s charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana, possession with intent to distribute methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) and possession of cocaine for an incident which occurred on June 28th, 2018.
* Jonathan Taylor Stambaugh, 22, of Emmitsburg, Md. He’s charged with possession with intent to distribute and possession of marijuana for an incident which occurred on June 13th, 2018.
* Corey Thomas Busche, 26, of Libertytown, Md. He’s charged with possession with intent to distribute heroin, possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana, possession of a firearm with a felony conviction, possession of a firearm used in drug trafficking, and illegal possession of a firearm, for an incident which occurred on May 17th, 2018.
The indictments move these cases to the Circuit Court where a trial date will be set within 180 days.
By Kevin McManus