Other defendants face prison time for assault, weapons, and drug charges
A total of 20 members of the Only My Brothers (OMB) gang have now pled guilty to charges included in the 2016 indictment related to the activities of OMB after 3 more members entered pleas and were sentenced in Superior Court.
• Anthony Fistzgiles, 17, of Wilmington pled guilty to Gang Participation, Conspiracy Second Degree, Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Felony, Reckless Endangering First Degree, and admitted to violating his probation for two prior gun offenses as a juvenile. The Court sentenced Fistzgiles to 5 years in prison, followed by 6 months of either work release or home confinement, then 18 months of probation. Deputy Attorney General Cynthia Hurlock prosecuted the case.
• Oliver Henry, 18, of Wilmington pled guilty to Gang Participation and Conspiracy Second Degree, and was sentenced to probation after serving 8 months in prison. Deputy Attorney General A.J. Roop prosecuted the case.
• Jahdi Rainey, 18, of Wilmington pled guilty to Gang Participation and was also sentenced to probation. Deputy Attorney General A.J. Roop prosecuted the case.
Deputy Attorney General Renee Hrivnak obtained a 20-year prison sentence for Randolph Madric, 53, of Wilmington, for stabbing his wife. In January 2016, Madric, who is on probation for Attempted Murder in Maryland for stabbing a female in 2002, stabbed his wife in the back and the arms several times during a fight in her home. Portions of the incident were witnessed by another adult in the home and two minor children. In November 2016, Madric pled guilty in Superior Court to Assault Second Degree and Possession of a Deadly Weapon During the Commission of a Felony. In addition to the 20-year prison term, Madric was sentenced to 6 months of either home confinement or work release followed by 2 years of intensive probation to include GPS monitoring. Madric must undergo substance abuse and mental health evaluations and follow treatment, complete a domestic violence course and anger management classes, and have no contact with his victims.
A Middletown man could spend 6 to 50 years in prison for his role in a home invasion. Deputy Attorney General Barzilai Axelrod secured a guilty plea from 25-year-old Dashawn Waters. In January 2016, Waters and two accomplices entered into an occupied home on Revelle Street in New Castle at night. Once inside, they brandished a firearm, fired shots, and one of the rounds injured a dog. Waters pled guilty to Home Invasion, 2 counts of Reckless Endangering First Degree, Attempted Robbery Second Degree, Aggravated Menacing, Cruelty to Animals, and Conspiracy Second Degree. Waters will be sentenced later this year. One of the accomplices, Rusty Markum, 20, of Middletown, pled guilty to related charges in November, and will also be sentenced later this year.
More than 5,000 bags of heroin mean a 24-year-old Seaford man will spend 10 years in prison for heroin possession and parole violations. Deputy Attorney General Haley King secured the sentence in Superior Court for Trevion Brown. In December 2016, Brown’s parole officer found him in possession of 5,750 bags of heroin. Brown was on probation for previous drug dealing convictions. Brown pled guilty in Superior Court in February to Tier 5 Drug Possession. Brown was sentenced to 10 years in prison, followed by 8 months of home confinement or work release, then 18 months of probation.Related Topics: Attorney General Matt Denn • Criminal Division • Delaware Department of Justice
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