Tuesday, September 25, 2012
The group home worker was sentenced Tuesday to 18 months of probation for abusing a disabled resident in a group home near Randallstown.
Olufunke Rachel Anifowose, 36, of Reisterstown, was found guilty of abuse in the second degree for causing a burn on a group home resident. Judge Kathleen G. Cox in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County sentenced her to 18 months in prison, all suspended, and placed her on 18 months of probation, according to a news release from the Maryland Attorney General's Office. The incident occurred near Randallstown on Feb. 6, 2011 when the victim was under the sole care of Anifowose, the release states. The victim was burned on her left cheek, and a family member found the burn, it states. During probation, Anifowose cannot supervise vulnerable adults. Read the full release on the Maryland Attorney General's website.
Monday, July 16, 2012
State's Attorney: Reginald Frederick faces life plus 30 years in prison in teen's killing.
Reginald Frederick, 22, of the 3900 block of Nemo Rd. in Randallstown, was convicted Monday of first-degree murder. During a hearing Monday in Baltimore County Circuit Court, he was also convicted of conspiracy to commit robbery and attempted robbery, according to a news release from the office of the State's Attorney for Baltimore County. Willie Cedric Jackson, 19, of died as a result of one gunshot in the head during a drug-related, attempted robbery at about 11:45 p.m. March 27, 2011, the release states. The incident occurred in the 4000 block of Winlee Road in Randallstown. Judge John J. Nagle III set Frederick's sentencing for Oct. 24, the release states. He faces a maximum of life plus 30 years in prison. Sterling Lewis is also …
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Baltimore Circuit Judge Pamela White gave her verdict Thursday afternoon, convicting Eliyahu Werdesheim of false imprisonment and second degree assault, but clearing his brother Avi Werdesheim of all charges.