Friday, October 5, 2012
Musa N. Agroh, 34, received five years of probation for second-degree abuse of a vulnerable adult in an incident from May 2011.
An Owings Mills woman was sentenced to five years of probation after being found guilty of second-degree abuse of a vulnerable adult. Musa N. Agroh, 34, was sentenced to 18 months of incarceration, all of which were suspended. She received the five years of probation, must perform 80 hours of community service in the next 120 days and cannot supervise vulnerable adults for five years, according to a release from Attorney General Douglas Gansler. Baltimore County Circuit Judge Michael Finifter accepted Agroh’s guilty plea at a Friday hearing, according to the statement. “The abuse of a vulnerable individual is a tragic violation of trust,” Gansler said. “When placed in the hands of others, vulnerable group home residents and their families …
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.
Thursday, September 13, 2012
The following information was supplied by the Maryland Office of the Attorney General. In cases where a criminal charge is noted, the information provided does not indicate a conviction.
A Baltimore man who worked in a Windsor Mill group home was arrested Wednesday after being indicted by a grand jury, authorities said. Kevin Louis Makle, 35, allegedly abused a vulnerable adult three times over a two-day period this spring, according to a news release from Attorney General Doug Gansler's office. He was charged with three counts of abuse of a vulnerable adult in the second degree and three counts of assault in the second degree, the release states. According to the release, the abuse allegedly occurred on April 21 and 22 in the 7100 block of Sandown Circle in Windsor Mill, where the vulnerable male, 31, resides. According to the release: Baltimore County police and the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the Office of the …