Caroline County Md- Teresa Holden sentenced to 10 years in the Department of Corrections on the 1st Burglary and 2 years to the DOC on the conspiracy to distribute charge.

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September 19, 2017

On January 22, 2017, the Defendant, Teresa Holden, was observed entering a home in the Greensboro area and leaving with several items. Shortly thereafter, the Sheriff’s Department received a call from the homeowners who indicated their home had been burglarized and multiple items were missing. On January 24, 2017, a search and seizure warrant was served on the Defendant’s residence. Once at the residence, police spoke with Joshua Bain who admitted to driving the Defendant to the victim’s address and that she went inside and returned with multiple items. A search of the residence revealed several of the stolen items. Additionally, the search uncovered various controlled dangerous substances and text messages that indicated both the Defendant and Mr. Bain participated in the distribution of CDS that had been stolen from the Defendant’s grandmother. On August 9, 2017, the Defendant plead guilty to one count of 1st Burglary and one count of conspiracy to distribute Xanax. On September 14, 2017, the Defendant was sentenced to 10 years in the Department of Corrections on the 1st Burglary and 2 years to the DOC on the conspiracy to distribute charge.

 

 

Deputy State’s Attorney Zachary Reid for Caroline County was the prosecutor for this matter and wishes to thank the work of the Caroline County Sheriff’s Department for obtaining this conviction. The crime is the result of a continuing drug problem in our community. While 10 years to the Division of Corrections may seem harsh the people who live in the community in general and that house in particular, deserve to have domestic tranquility. When that is disturbed and the perpetrators are charged we will continue to seek stiff punishments.

 

Joseph A. Riley  (State’s Attorney-Ad Interim for Caroline County)

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