On July 14, 2021, the Honorable Daniel M. Long, Senior Judge of the First Judicial Circuit, sentenced Jean Concile, 26 years of age, of Salisbury, Maryland, to forty (40) years imprisonment, with ten (10) years active incarceration in the Maryland Division of Corrections (DOC).
Upon release, Concile will serve five (5) years of supervised probation. Concile’s sentence imposed was within the range recommended by the Maryland Sentencing Guidelines.
Immediately prior to his sentencing, Concile entered guilty pleas to one count of Attempted Second Degree Murder involving one victim and one count of Assault First Degree involving a second victim.
In the early morning hours of December 15, 2019, Concile became involved in a dispute with the former boyfriend of Concile’s current girlfriend at a party held on South Westover Road in Salisbury, Maryland. Concile then walked to his home a short distance away, obtained a handgun and returned to confront the male victim.
Jean Concile fired one shot, missing the male victim. Concile then fired a second shot which struck a second female victim, in the side. The female victim was subsequently treated and released at Tidal Health.
Wicomico County States Attorney (SA) Jamie Dykes commended Detective J. Hall of the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division, the lead investigator, and other members of the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office and the Salisbury Police Department for their work in the investigation.
SA Dykes also commended Senior Assistant State’s Attorney D. Scott Messersmith who prosecuted the cases. SA Dykes said. “The citizens of Wicomico County deserve safe places to raise their families. Violent crime degrades the quality of life in our neighborhoods: I am grateful to all who help ensure that violence will not be tolerated.”
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