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Frederick News Post (Newspaper) - August 22, 2015, Frederick, MarylandLocal & state a5 the Frederick news Post saturday August 22, 2015 the daily poll has moved to Page a2 by Danielle e. Gaines Gaines news Post. Com the 30 year old Man arrested in the stabbing death of a Man at a Church Sanctuary in Frederick county last month has been indicted by the Frederick county grand jury states attorney Charlie Smith said. Song us Kim was indicted on charges of first and second degree murder in the july 26 stabbing death of Chung Hwan Park 63, at the Sanctuary. Kim is charged with attempted first and second degree murder and first degree assault in the stabbing of Parks wife 58 year old Aesuk to who is recovering. Kim 30, of Falls Church Virginia had been staying in a Cabin at the Anna prayer recreation Center property at 7910 Peters Road for about five Days before the attack the Frederick county sheriffs office said. On the night of july 26, visitors at the Center had gathered for evening services in the centers prayer room. Around 7 45 p. M., Kim walked into the centers Kitchen after eating dinner grabbed a Kitchen knife and stabbed Park 11 times. Park died at the scene the sheriffs office said. To was stabbed four times including once in the Chest when she tried to help her husband prosecutors said. She was flown to r Adams Cowley Shock trauma Center in Baltimore for treatment. Kim had been staying at a homeless shelter in Baileys Crossroads Virginia before his Mother drove him to the Center in july. Park and to arrived at the Sanctuary from South Korea in Early july As part of a religious Mission. Other indictments two mount airy men arrested in August in connection with the illegal manufacture and Sale of guns and drug distribution were also indicted. Christopher Bryce Stoltzfoos 32, was indicted on charges of illegal Possession of apr Zolam three counts of Possession of a firearm during a drug trafficking offence two counts of possessing an assault weapon distribution of marijuana Possession with the intent to distribute the drug conspiracy to distribute and Possession of marijuana paraphernalia. Daniel Allen Schumaker jr., 24, was indicted on 46 charges three counts of distribution of marijuana Possession with the intent to distribute marijuana Possession of marijuana Possession of Lora Epam Possession of Supre morphine two counts of Possession of a firearm during a drug trafficking offence Possession of body Armor during a drug trafficking offence two counts of illegal Sale of a regulated firearm two counts of Selling a firearm without a License two counts of illegal Sale of an assault weapon two counts of illegal Sale of a detachable Magazine 10 counts of illegal Possession of a regulated firearm two counts of illegal Possession of ammunition 14 counts of illegal Possession of a Rifle or Shotgun and two counts of Possession of an by Danielle e. Gaines Gaines news Post. Com More classmates additional teachers and fresh spaces Are just some of the new things Frederick count yes charter school students and parents can expect on the first Day of school monday. Charter school enrolment is up by at least 70 students this year with expanding student bodies at Frederick classical charter school and Carroll Creek Montessori Public charter school. At Frederick classical the school expanded this year to add a 40 student class of eighth graders. Carroll Creek has been steadily adding students until the school is expected to reach its full capacity in two years. Thirty new students will join the school for the 2015 16 school year. The count yes third and oldest charter school Mono Cacy Valley Montessori Public charter school which opened in 2002, has been operating at its charter capacity. Erica Cummins principal of Frederick classical charter school and other administrators hosted an open House this week to unveil the newly renovated areas of the school to accommodate the additional class of students. The school also introduced a new assistant principal Lee hand and about a dozen new staff members. A majority of the incoming class of eighth graders Are returning to the school but there Are a few new students As Well Cummins said. We Are definitely growing Cummins said noting that the school has added space to include a gym and multipurpose room As Well As More classrooms and offices. A group of parents is also exploring the possibility of expanding the school to include ninth through 12th grades Cummins said. At Carroll Creek growth is in the air As Well. In Spring or summer the school plans to begin work on an expansion of its building said Melissa Najera president of Mono Cacy Montessori communities inc., the nonprofit that manages the two Frederick Montessori Public charter schools. Carroll Creek is also in the Middle of its charter renewal process which would give the school operating authority for the next eight years. Students and parents see any disruptions during the process because the renewals Are primarily based on paperwork Najera said. By Kelsi Loos Kloos news Post. Com a lifelong fascination with trucks led a Frederick resident to work for the count yes transportation service. Bob Dinsmore 51, has been an operations manager for transit services of Frederick county for nearly two years. He is responsible for keeping shuttles for transit plus a door to door service for the elderly and people with disabilities running smoothly. He manages about 20 Drivers who serve 200 clients per Day. Hers responsible for dispatchers supervisors and a Fleet of three sedans a minivan and 23 Small buses. Before he managed professional Drivers he was one. He started driving trucks for a living at 18. The truck Centric action comedy Smokey and the Bandit sparked his interest in driving he said. Ive always had a fascination with trucks he said. He even owns an old firetruck he drives in parades and uses to hang his Christmas lights. As a child Dinsmore would watch the tractor trailers unload at the grocery store. After working in operations management for years he still drives a tractor trailer on weekends. I cant get that out of my blood he said. Its fun. I Call it my Hobby. Operations supervisor Cynthia Hendrickson a co worker said skills Dinsmore Learned driving a truck complement the skills he needs As an operations manager. Now he transports precious cargo she said with a laugh. Hendrickson added that dins mores interpersonal skills have made him effective. Dinsmore prefers to be thought of As a co worker not a Boss. He has told Drivers they work with him not for him. Earning the respect of the Drivers was important to him and he said his experience on the Road probably helped in that regard. If i cant do their Job i be telling them How to do it he said. Dinsmore enjoys the challenges of the Job and that there Are always new issues to address. Its not a factory Job where you re pushing a Button he said. Its always changing. A fairly Large transition looming on the horizon for transit plus is the introduction of a taxi voucher system that will allow registered customers to get reduced cab fares. The program Dinsmore said should help mitigate the increasing demand on the transit plus service and give users a Way to secure night and weekend transportation. The transit plus program gets about 20 to 30 new applicants each week according to Dinsmore and has Over 9,000 registered users. Our demand has grown so much in the last couple years he said. Follow Kelsi Loos on twitter @ Kels Ifni. Know someone who would make a Good slice of life email your suggestion to Cit desk news Post. Com or Call 301 662 1178 and ask for a City editor. Slice of life a passion for driving leads to transit services position staff photo by Bill Green Bob Dinsmore has been an operations manager for transit services of Frederick county for nearly two years. By Jeremy Arias Arias news Post. Com Frederick police charged two men with first degree assault after they said the men threatened an acquaintance with knives. The assault happened just before 1 17 p. Thursday in the 1200 Block of Alban place where the two men later identified As Jose Manuel Cubias 25, and his Cousin Jose Victor Boj 23, confronted another Man outside his Home according to charging documents filed in Frederick county District court. The Man refused to step outside and Cubias and Boj banged on the door with knives the documents state. The cousins then climbed onto the mans Balcony and after banging on the sliding Glass door with the knives they threw his Bike off the Balcony and were trying to take it with them As they left according to the documents. The Man then left his Home and confronted them in the Street. Cubias put a knife to the mans Throat and made motions indicating he was going to Cut the mans Throat. Boj also threatened the Man with a knife when the Man demanded his Bike Back the documents state. Both men were caught by police but Only Cubias was armed when he was arrested the documents state. The men were charged with first degree assault reckless endangerment fourth degree burglary theft less than $ 1,000 and malicious destruction of property less than $ 1,000, according to court records. Boj was ordered held on $ 150,000 bail but no further Case information was available for Cubias As of Friday night. Follow Jeremy Arias on twitter @ Arias prime. Police men threatened acquaintance with knives tried to steal his Bike Cubias Boj staff photo by Sam you Early weekend Beac goers enjoy the Sand and the water Friday afternoon at Hunting Creek Lake in Cunningham Falls state Park. Enjoying the Beach and Lake Man indicted in stabbing death at Church Sanctuary Kim see indicted a6 charter schools gear up for new school year see charter a6

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