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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Jamal Woolford Sr. Latest

Hebron, Md., - Jamal Woolford Sr., is facing a laundry list of charges, stemming from the death of his four year old son who accidentally shot himself in the chest the night of March 5th. The gun believed to have been stolen, also injured the boys mother in their Hebron home.
State's Attorney Dykes says, "Grand jury this past Monday the 26th returned an indictment on Jamal Woolford Sr. for manslaughter, possession with the intent to deliver cocaine charges, and fire arm charges."
Being held without bond, Woolford Sr., sits in the Wicomico County Detention Center awaiting trial. Facing 15 charges, he could spend decades in prison.

State's Attorney Dykes says, "For the drug charges Woolford faces 20 years. That's the standard maximum penalty. However, if the court finds him to be a subsequent offender, the state believes that he is, he could face up to 40 years." "For the manslaughter charges he faces 10 years, and for the firearms charges there's a 5 year mandatory minimum up to a 20 year sentence", she continues.

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