Two people indicted for allegedly stealing soap, dryer sheets from the Malvern Laundromat


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A Malvern man was indicted on one count of Felonious Assault, a second degree felony and one count of Domestic Violence in the June 2022 Carroll County Grand Jury hearings.

It is alleged that Jesse Lee Patterson, 43, of 1150 Lorric Road NW, Malvern, struck his father-in-law during an argument that caused the father-in-law to fall, causing serious physical injuries and hospitalization.

A Waynesburg woman, along with a man from Mineral City, were charged with one count of Breaking and Entering, a fifth degree felony, one count of Petty Theft, a first degree misdemeanor, and one count of Drug Paraphernalia Offense, a fourth degree misdemeanor.

It is alleged that between May 6 and 7, Roy Allen Boyd, 37, of 7826 New Cumberland Road NE, Mineral City and Jennifer S. Mosley, 32, of 122 North Mill St., Waynesburg, broke into a secured portion of the Malvern Laundromat and stole various soap, dryer sheets, coins and keys.

After identifying the two individuals, Carroll County Sheriff Deputies located the two near Atwood Lake, where Boyd allegedly provided a false identification and fled from deputies on foot.

Boyd was arrested after being found stuck in mud near the lake. During a search of Boyd and Mosley’s vehicle, there were glass pipes used to administer drugs, a crow bar similar to the one used in the Malvern break-in and other laundry soaps and dryer sheets from the break in, according to the county prosecutor’s office.

Boyd also faces a charge of Falsification, a first degree misdemeanor.

A 66-year-old man was indicted on two counts of Having Weapons Under Disability, according to the Carroll County Prosecutor.

It is alleged that John Mark Sommers, 66, of 10076 East Rochester, had two firearms in his possession that were found by deputies who responded to his home to investigate a disturbance.

He was previously convicted of felony offenses of violence that prohibited him from possessing any firearm.