LEONARDTOWN, Md. — State’s Attorney Richard Fritz announces that Malik Chambers was sentenced to a 15 year active sentence by the Circuit Court for St. Mary’s County in connection with three separate cases for Transporting a Handgun, Possession of a Regulated Firearm with a Prior Felony Conviction and Possession of Marijuana with the Intent to Distribute.
The State requested that the sentence be above the Maryland Sentencing Guidelines citing Chambers’ prior criminal record and the fact that the new cases involved drug sales and firearm possession.
The Court agreed and indicated that Chambers was dangerous before handing down the sentence.
State’s Attorney Fritz would like to thank Senior Assistant State’s Attorney John Stackhouse for prosecuting the cases and also the hard work of both the Maryland State Police the tenacious efforts of the Narcotics Division of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office for a job well done.