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3 Caroline County Men Sentenced For Manufacturing, Using Destructive Devices

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CAROLINE COUNTY, Md.- Three Caroline County men have been sentenced in a April 2018 incident where they manufactured and used destructive devices.

Michael H. Walker and Brandon L. Bradley, of Ridgely, and Edward D. Lynch, of Greensboro, were arrested following an investigation on April 11, according to the Office of the Maryland State Fire Marshal.

Lynch pleaded guilty to attempted malicious destruction of property under $1,000. He was sentenced Jan. 9 to 60 days in prison, but the court suspended all but two. He is also on unsupervised probation for 12 months.

Bradley pleaded guilty to reckless endangerment and attempted malicious destruction of property over $1,000. He was sentenced on Nov. 1 to five year in prison for reckless endangerment and three years for attempted malicious destruction of property. Those sentences will be serves concurrently.

Walker pleaded guilty to attempted second-degree arson. He was sentence Oct. 15 to 14 years in prison, with all but four year suspended. 

Bradley and Walker were on probation at the time of the incident, which means both men had violated their probation by committing these crimes, officials said. 

          

          

             

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