Winchester Man Charged with Street Robbery Avoids Jail
A Winchester man charged with a January street robbery has avoided jail time after a plea bargain.
Deputies from the Frederick County Sheriff’s Office were first made aware of the incident when a male victim boarded a Frederick County school bus on January 4 of 2019, claiming that he was being chased by someone who was attempting to stab him. Joseph David Dolly, II was identified as the attacker after investigators reviewed surveillance footage, and he admitted in a later interview to using a knife while demanding cash. Dolly avoided imprisonment Friday (8/9/2019) in Frederick County Circuit Court where he received a five-year suspended sentence after pleading guilty to an amended grand larceny charge and possession of cocaine.
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