FREDERICK – On March 21, 2019, Daniel Ennos, the instigator in the April 8th 2018 riot at the Victor Cullen Center in Sabillasville, pled guilty, thus canceling his jury trial scheduled to begin in April. Ennos appeared before Judge Theresa M. Adams and pled guilty to two counts of Second Degree Assault on staff members […]
About Vicky Schreiber
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Entries by Vicky Schreiber
On March 12, 2019, the Frederick County State’s Attorney’s Office provided training to Uzbekistan prosecutors through the American Bar Association- Rule of Law Initiative’s International Justice Sector Education and Training (IJET) Program. The training focused on case management, task forces, crime prevention, diversion programs, and targeted training for prosecutors and law enforcement. The IJET Program brings […]
FREDERICK- March 11, 2019, Christopher Jackson, 29, of Silver Spring, MD appeared before the Honorable Judge Mary E. McCormick and entered guilty pleas to Possession With Intent to Distribute Cocaine and Possession of Firearm With Felony Conviction. The defendant was sentenced to a total of 35 years in the Division of Corrections, with all but […]
FREDERICK – Abiathar Vance, 41, of Washington, DC appeared before Judge Theresa M. Adams and was sentenced to a total of 50 years in the Division of Corrections, with all but 25 years suspended. Upon completion of his sentence, the defendant will be placed on 5 years supervised probation, with the conditions of registering as […]
FREDERICK – On February 21, 2019, a Frederick County Jury returned a guilty verdict against Justin Mitchell of Hagerstown, Maryland on the charges of Possession With Intent to Distribute Alprazolam, Possession of Alprazolam, Possession With Intent to Distribute Marijuana, Possession of Marijuana, and Possession of Metandienone. The jury was unable to agree on a verdict […]
FREDERICK – The Court of Special Appeals of Maryland affirmed the conviction against John Mullican, IV in an unreported Opinion filed on February 6, 2019. The defendant raised four issues on appeal. First, the Court of Special Appeals found that the appellant’s argument was not preserved in reference that the trial court erred in admitting […]
FREDERICK – Luis Privado, 24, of Washington, DC appeared before Judge Theresa M. Adams and was sentenced to 25 years in the Division of Correction, with all but 5 years suspended. Upon completion of his sentence, the defendant will be placed on 5 years of supervised probation, with the conditions of no contact with the […]
FREDERICK – On January 15, 2019, Bernard Moore, one of the most violent offenders in the April 8th 2018 riot at the Victor Cullen Center in Sabillasville, pled guilty thus canceling his jury trial scheduled to begin later this month. Moore pled guilty to First Degree Assault on staff member and was sentenced to 20 […]
FREDERICK –Christopher Dorsey, 35, of Inwood, WV appeared before the Honorable Michael Galloway for sentencing on cocaine distribution related charges. The State requested 50 years, suspend all but 30 years active incarceration. Deputy State’s Attorney Nanci Hamm argued that based on the PSI, the defendant hadn’t worked since 2001 and even then, he only worked […]
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INTERNATIONAL OVERDOSE AWARENESS DAY is coming up: State’s Attorney J. Charles Smith will be speaking at New Spire Arts next Saturday August 31st at 5pm along with members of the health and recovery community. ... See MoreSee Less
Employees of the Frederick County State's Attorney's Office, Child Support Division, have been participating in tours of Frederick County Workforce Services, located at 200 Monroe Ave, Suite 1, Frederick MD 21701, as part of August's Child Support Awareness Month. Oftentimes through our contempt proceedings for non-payment of child support, parents are ordered to actively participate with FCWS to obtain legitimate employment from which wages can be garnished. The tour provided information on the services provided by Workforce Services, including access to computers to register with the Maryland Workforce Exchange for job search assistance, resume writing, mock interview training and even computer literacy programs. Their resources are available to the public and the facility is accessible by public transit. Frederick County Workforce Services ... See MoreSee Less
Ean Davis-Lattimore Pleads Guilty to Voluntary Manslaughter
FREDERICK - On Wednesday August 7th, 2019, Ean Davis-Lattimore, age 18, of Frederick entered a guilty plea to Voluntary Manslaughter in connection with the shooting death of Genesis McCarter-Berretto, and wounding of a juvenile male victim. The Honorable Judge Julie Stevenson Solt sentenced Davis-Lattimore to 10 years in the Division of Corrections.
In the early morning hours of May 13, 2018, police were called to a house in the 1800 Block of Weybridge Road in Frederick for reports of a shooting. Upon arrival, police found two shooting victims. An 18-year-old female victim identified as Genesis McCarter-Berretto was suffering from a gunshot wound to the neck. Police and EMS officials attempted to treat the victim, but she was pronounced dead on scene. A juvenile male victim was taken an area hospital for treatment of a non-life threatening gunshot wound to the leg.
Witnesses told detectives that Davis-Lattimore had been attending a party at the house on Weybridge Road when a physical altercation occurred. The altercation found its way outside to the front of the home where witnesses described Davis-Lattimore firing a gun in the direction of the house. Eight shell casings were recovered from the front driveway of the residence. Additionally, bullet holes were found on the front of the home. Davis-Lattimore was identified by witnesses and admitted to detectives that he was at the party and got into an altercation.
The State was represented by Frederick County State’s Attorney J. Charles Smith III and Chief of Felony Violent Crimes Division Kelly Bruton. ... See MoreSee Less