One was against a Va. man on drug offenses.
Frederick, Md (KM) Six indictments were returned last Friday by the Frederick County Grand Jury. One was against Joseph Francis Rich, 40 of Ammissville, Va., who is charged with possession with intent to distribute fentanyl, possession of a large amount of a fentanyl-mixture, possession of cocaine, Alprazolam, Clonazepam and Heroin, . He was arrested on January 30th following a traffic stop. The Sheriff’s Office says deputies confiscated more than 700 gel capsules of fentanyl, four canisters of fentanyl and more than three grams of crack cocaine.
Other indictments returned on Friday:
*Najee Ikeim Griffin, 32,of Capital Heights, Md. who is charged with possession of a firearm with a violent felony conviction; illegal possession of a regulated handgun; having a loaded handgun on his person, concealing a dangerous weapon and illegal possession of ammunition for an incident which occurred on February 15th, 2023.
*Matthew Shane Wolfe., 34, of Frederick, Md. who is charged with possession of a firearm with a violent felony conviction; illegal possession of a regulated firearm; having a loaded handgun in a vehicle; having a loaded handgun on his person and illegal possession of ammunition for an incident which occurred on January 14th, 2023.
*Amilcar Cobo-Deleon, 39, of Frederick, Md., who is charged with 1st-degree assault, 2nd-degree assault and reckless endangerment for an incident which occurred on February 23rd, 2023.
*Tayshon Devonte Powell, 32, of Frederick, Md, who is charged with 2nd-degree child abuse by a custodian, and two counts of 2nd-degree assault for incidents which occurred between February 25th, 2022 and November 11th, 2022.
*Marlon London, 27, of Rockville, Md, who is charged with 2nd-degree for incidents which occurred between February 1st, 2012 to March 31st, 2022.
These indictments move these cases to the Circuit Court where trial dates will be scheduled.
The Frederick County State’s Attorney’s Office says indictments are charging documents, and all defendants are innocent until proven guilty.
By Kevin McManus