A total of six people were indicted.
FREDERICK, MD. (LG) It was a busy day for a Frederick County Grand Jury. Six people were indicted.
The first indictment was against Demetreus Grayson Bowie, of Frederick, Maryland. “This was a case involving Bowie being in possession of fentanyl,” said Charles Smith, Frederick County States Attorney.
“We see that frequently, unfortunately, but also he was in possession with intent to sell cocaine. This was a narcotics sting. Officers served a search warrant at Bowie’s home on Beacon Circle, in Walkersville. He was present upstairs when the officers entered. And they (the officers) went upstairs and they see the toilet flooding the entire master bathroom. The officers were able to recover what was a large amount of suspected heroin and cocaine,” Smith continued.
Bowie is charged with possession of fentanyl, possession of heroin, possession of cocaine, and several other drug offenses.
Also indicted Friday was:
O’Shea Malik Lewis, of Frederick, MD., on charges of carjacking, robbery, assault, and theft.
Delonte Kyrie Richardson, a co-defendant in the Lewis case, was also charged with car-jacking offenses.
Christopher Noe Vasquez, of Frederick, is charged with 3rd degree sex offense. 2nd degree sexual solicitation of a minor, electronic mail harassment of a minor and telephone misuse obscene.
Walter Randolph Horman, Jr., of Thurmont, Md., he is charged with 1st and 2nd degree assault, false imprisonment, and violating a protective order.
Dyontae Johnson, of Frederick, is charged with 2nd degree rape, 2nd degree assault, and 4th degree sex offense.
By: Loretta Gaines