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Delaware Department of Justice Sentencing Announcement

Criminal Division | Department of Justice | Department of Justice Press Releases | Date Posted: Friday, August 22, 2008



Wilmington, DE – The Delaware Department of Justice today announced sentences in the following
criminal cases:
Antonio Logan, age 46 of Wilmington, pled guilty in New Castle County Superior Court on June 5,
2008 to two counts of Robbery 1st Degree.
On September 11, 2007, Logan robbed Wilmington branches of Artisans Bank and Delaware National
Bank. During both robberies, Logan claimed to have a bomb, but did not. However, during the
second robbery, he produced a fake bomb. Logan was arrested by Wilmington Police on December 6,
2007.
Logan was sentenced in New Castle County Superior Court today by Judge Richard R. Cooch to 18
years in prison followed by six months of work release and then 18 months intense probation.
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Jason M. Wood, 32 of Newark, pled guilty in New Castle County Superior Court on May 27, 2008 to
two counts of Unlawfully Dealing in Child Pornography.
Following an investigation by members of the Delaware Child Predator Task Force, Wood was
arrested in November 15, 2007 for having 281 images of children being sexually abused on his
computer.
Wood was sentenced in New Castle County Superior Court today by Judge Richard R. Cooch to three
months in prison, followed by 18 months intense probation, during which he is to have no contact with
the internet. Wood was additionally sentenced to undergo a mental health evaluation, a substance
abuse evaluation, and to obtain sexual disorder treatment. Wood must also register as a tier two sex
offender.
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Zafeer Muhammad, formerly known as Keith Gross, age 50 of Marydel, MD, pled guilty on June 13,
2008 in Sussex County Superior Court to 6 counts Unlawful Sexual Contact 2nd Degree.
Between July 1989 and July 1993, Muhammad sexually abused two minors, who in 1989 were ages 5
and 8 years of age. In early 2008, one of the victims saw the defendant for the first time in many years
and contacted Milton police about the past sexual abuse. After being indicted by a Delaware Grand
Jury, Milton police notified Maryland authorities, who arrested Muhammad on April 3, 2008. He was extradited to Delaware on April 8, 2008. Muhammad was sentenced in Sussex County Superior Court today by Judge Richard Stokes to 6 years in prison, followed by 6 years intense probation. During his incarceration, Muhammad is to complete the sex offender treatment program. In addition, Muhammad is to have no contact with the victims or any children. He must also register as a tier 3 sex offender. Muhammad was already a registered sex offender in Maryland and had been previously convicted of raping a child in Delaware in 1988. # # #

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Delaware Department of Justice Sentencing Announcement

Criminal Division | Department of Justice | Department of Justice Press Releases | Date Posted: Friday, August 22, 2008



Wilmington, DE – The Delaware Department of Justice today announced sentences in the following
criminal cases:
Antonio Logan, age 46 of Wilmington, pled guilty in New Castle County Superior Court on June 5,
2008 to two counts of Robbery 1st Degree.
On September 11, 2007, Logan robbed Wilmington branches of Artisans Bank and Delaware National
Bank. During both robberies, Logan claimed to have a bomb, but did not. However, during the
second robbery, he produced a fake bomb. Logan was arrested by Wilmington Police on December 6,
2007.
Logan was sentenced in New Castle County Superior Court today by Judge Richard R. Cooch to 18
years in prison followed by six months of work release and then 18 months intense probation.
__________________________________________________________________________________
Jason M. Wood, 32 of Newark, pled guilty in New Castle County Superior Court on May 27, 2008 to
two counts of Unlawfully Dealing in Child Pornography.
Following an investigation by members of the Delaware Child Predator Task Force, Wood was
arrested in November 15, 2007 for having 281 images of children being sexually abused on his
computer.
Wood was sentenced in New Castle County Superior Court today by Judge Richard R. Cooch to three
months in prison, followed by 18 months intense probation, during which he is to have no contact with
the internet. Wood was additionally sentenced to undergo a mental health evaluation, a substance
abuse evaluation, and to obtain sexual disorder treatment. Wood must also register as a tier two sex
offender.
__________________________________________________________________________________
Zafeer Muhammad, formerly known as Keith Gross, age 50 of Marydel, MD, pled guilty on June 13,
2008 in Sussex County Superior Court to 6 counts Unlawful Sexual Contact 2nd Degree.
Between July 1989 and July 1993, Muhammad sexually abused two minors, who in 1989 were ages 5
and 8 years of age. In early 2008, one of the victims saw the defendant for the first time in many years
and contacted Milton police about the past sexual abuse. After being indicted by a Delaware Grand
Jury, Milton police notified Maryland authorities, who arrested Muhammad on April 3, 2008. He was extradited to Delaware on April 8, 2008. Muhammad was sentenced in Sussex County Superior Court today by Judge Richard Stokes to 6 years in prison, followed by 6 years intense probation. During his incarceration, Muhammad is to complete the sex offender treatment program. In addition, Muhammad is to have no contact with the victims or any children. He must also register as a tier 3 sex offender. Muhammad was already a registered sex offender in Maryland and had been previously convicted of raping a child in Delaware in 1988. # # #

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