32-Year-Old Man Accepts Plea for One Year in Prison

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A 32-year-old Baltimore man involved in a non-fatal shooting accepted a plea offer that stipulates he serve one year in prison on May 23 before Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Melissa M. Phinn

Terell Jones is charged with illegal possession of a regulated firearm, loaded handgun on his person, having a handgun on his person, illegal possession of ammo, and discharging a firearm in connection to an incident on Feb. 12. 

Judge Phinn listened as the prosecutor presented a plea of one year for illegal possession of ammo. 

Jones and his defense attorney, Brandon Mead, accepted the plea. 

According to court documents, on Feb. 12 patrol officers were called to the 900 block of North Streeper Street around 7:04 p.m. to investigate a reported shooting, on arrival they came across the defendant, who had been shot once in the upper chest. 

The defendant was taken to John Hopkins Hospital for treatment, where he was listed as being in stable condition. There were three live 9mm bullets in Jones’ pocket.

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