Ex-Woodbine man given 6 months on marijuana, nuisance charges

October 10, 1997

A former Woodbine man was sentenced yesterday to six months in jail after he pleaded guilty in Carroll County Circuit Court to possession with intent to distribute marijuana and to maintaining a common nuisance.

Judge Francis M. Arnold sentenced Robert T. Salamony, 19, who now lives in Owings Mills, to three-year concurrent sentences on each charge before suspending all but six months of each term.

Arnold said he would allow Salamony to enter an inpatient drug rehabilitation program while in custody and ordered that he be placed on four years of probation after his release.

Robert H. Schultz, a Timonium attorney representing Salamony, praised his client's honesty, telling Arnold that the defendant admitted that he had not stopped smoking marijuana since police raided his home in the 5300 block of Woodbine Road on New Year's Eve.

Arnold also granted Salamony work release, but said it should not interfere with his seeking treatment.


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Pub Date: 10/10/97

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