DORCHESTER COUNTY, Md. - Officials say that a man was sentenced after being convicted for reckless endangerment and gun charges in Dorchester County, on Friday.
According to the Dorchester County State's Attorney's Office, a judge sentenced Francisco Camacho to 40 years, in the Division of Corrections. The sentence is to run consecutive to Camacho's current sentence of 17 years and six months in the Division of Corrections, for violation of probation stemming from a 2011 conviction, for first degree assault.
Camacho was found guilty by a jury on September 21 of five counts of reckless endangerment, possession of a rifle/shotgun with a felony conviction and possessing a rifle/shotgun, after being convicted of a disqualifying crime.
The case was prosecuted by the Deputy State's Attorney and the Dorchester County State's Attorney commended the Cambridge Police Department for their work in the investigation.
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