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Frederick County Grand Jury Busy With Indictments Friday

Frederick County Grand Jury Busy With Indictments  Friday

It was a pretty busy day for a Frederick County Grand Jury on Friday. "There were many felony drug possession cases. Several people were indicted on burglary charges, and 25 year old Jessica Stanker, of New Haven Court, is facing arson offenses," said States Attorney Charles Smith. "This was a case that stemmed out of an incident where they went to her address, back in September. Neighbors had reported a suspicious fire and it turned out that she was burning a pile of her boyfriend's clothes on the back porch, which caught the house on fire, as well," continued Smith.

Others indicted Friday include 46 year old Jason Kiser, of Westminster, who Smith said stole a vehicle from Thurmont. Kiser is charged with second and 4th degree burglary. Lloyd Chappell, and Robert Davis, both from Frederick, are facing drug offenses. Cory Miller, of Sabillasville is charged with burglary, trespassing on private property, failure to comply with a peace order and disorderly conduct. Dennise Shrewsberry, of Brunswick, is charged with burglary and theft offenses. Brittany Rose Moxley and Matthew Flooke, were both indicted on first degree burglary offenses. "They were involved in a series of burglaries, the most recent one was down off Mountville Road, on October 4th," Smith said.  Frederick County Sheriff's Deputies went to the 4100 block of Mountville Road after a homeowner discovered possessions missing, including guns, a gold wedding band, a checkbook and cash.

Deputies arrested Flook and Moxley on unrelated burglary charges during a traffic stop the next day. 

Charges against them include first-degree burglary, theft between $1,000 and $10,000, and credit card theft. Flook is also charged with driving while suspended and second-degree assault. Both face a charge for possession of drug paraphernalia.


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