He is one of five individuals charged by the Grand Jury on Friday.
Frederick, Md (KM) The Frederick County Grand Jury on Friday returned five indictments. One was against Kevin Eugene Mack, 42, of York, Pennsylvania. He is charged with 1st-degree murder; 2nd-degree murder; use of a firearm in a felony or violent crime; four counts of possession of a firearm with a felony conviction; three counts of illegal possession of a regulated firearm; and one count of illegal possession of ammunition.
He was arrested last month for the shooting death of Kagina Marie Brown, 19, also from Pennsylvania. She was shot multiple times inside an apartment in the 100 block of WIllowdale Drive late in the evening on August 23rd. . Brown was taken to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.
Police say Mack and Brown were in a relationship, and this was not a random act of violence.
The others suspects indicted by the Grand Jury on Friday were:
*Safiyyah Abdulmalik, 45, of Brunswick, Md., who is charged with 2nd-degree child abuse and 2nd-degree assault for an incident which occurred on March 11th, 2023
*Jarmar Levon Braxton, 41, of Frederick, Md, who is charged with 2nd degree child abuse and 2nd degree assault for an incident which occurred on August 7th, 2023.
Two co-defendants were also indicted. Matthew Thomas Goss, 40, of Ridgeley WV, and Clinton Jeffrey Barnes, 40, of Fort Ashby, WV are both charged with possession of a large amount of fentanyl; distribution and possession with intent to distribute fentanyl and fentanyl/heroin; possession with intent to distribute fentanyl; conspiracy to possession a large amount of fentanyl; conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute fentanyl, and fentanyl/heroin; conspiracy and possession with intent to distribute fentanyl; and possession of fentanyl for an incident which occurred on August 21st, 2023.
These indictments move these cases to Circuit Court where trial dates will be scheduled.
The Frederick County State’s Attorney’s Office says indictments are charging documents alleging criminal conduct, and all defendants are innocent until proven guilty.
By Kevin McManus