Gazette: Glen Burnie Teen to Serve 18 Months for Armed Assault
Marquis McKnight, 18, who pleaded guilty to first- and second- degree assault, was sentenced to 25 years in prison with all but 18 months suspended, according to the Maryland Gazette.
According to an article by Heather Rawlyk with the Maryland Gazette published Thursday, Circuit Court Judge Paul A. Hackner sentenced a Glen Burnie teen to 18 months in county jail after he pleaded guilty in April to armed assault.
Marquis McKnight, 18, pleaded guilty to first-degree assault and two charges of second-degree assault after he pistol-whipped a man and held a loaded gun to a woman’s head during a July 2010 robbery, the Gazette reported. He was 17 when he committed the crime.
Read the full story: mdgazette.com/content/county-judge-spares-glen-burnie-teen-prison-armed-assault.