On January 30, 2019, the Honorable Thomas G. Ross of the Queen Anne’s County Circuit Court sentenced Jack Allen Thomas to one year and one day to serve in the Department of Corrections in Case No. C-17-CR-18-000576. This conviction triggered a violation of probation in Case Nos. 17-K-10-007499 and 17-K-10-007501 in which the balance of time (18 years of incarceration) was imposed.
In Case No. 17-K-10-007499, on October 5, 2010, Mr. Thomas entered a plea of guilty to Second Degree Burglary and, on November 30, 2010, was sentenced to 15 years, ESS all but six years to serve. In Case No. 17-K-10-007501, on October 5, 2010, Mr. Thomas entered a plea of guilty to Second Degree Burglary and, on November 30, 2010, was sentenced to 15 years, ESS all but six years to serve, consecutive. It was further ordered that, after incarceration, Mr. Thomas was ordered to be on five years of supervised probation. On or about November 3, 2016, Mr. Thomas was released from incarceration.
On September 25, 2018, the Queen Anne’s County Office of the Sheriff investigated a domestic assault between Mr. Thomas and his girlfriend. The victim was bruised and alleged that Mr. Thomas struck her during the course of an argument. Ultimately, Mr. Thomas entered a plea of guilty to the second degree assault.
Mr. Thomas has a criminal history which includes a 2009 conviction from Delaware for Robbery, a 2010 conviction for Driving without a License, two 2010 convictions for Second Degree Burglary, and two 2018 convictions for Driving without a License.
The case was prosecuted by Christine Dulla Rickard, Deputy State’s Attorney.