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City woman pleads guilty

December 17, 1997

City woman pleads guilty

By GUY FLETCHER

Staff Writer

A Hagerstown woman who was a key prosecution witness in the May 20 shooting at a local motel pleaded guilty to an attempted armed robbery charge Monday, according to court records.

Mandy Louise Nunemaker, 20, of 55 S. Potomac St., was given a 15-year suspended sentence and ordered by Washington County Circuit Judge John McDowell to enter an extensive drug treatment program, records said.

Nunemaker, who also faces criminal charges in Frederick County, Md., also must serve five years of supervised probation.

At an earlier trial, Nunemaker testified that she was at the Hagerstown Motel 6 with three other suspects when the shooting occurred. After the shots were fired, she said she fled the scene and spent that night at the Days Inn in Williamsport.

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The next day, she went to Frederick and registered at the Holiday Inn. She and the other defendants were arrested there.

Reshen Bathers, 18, formerly of 138 W. North St., was convicted of attempted second-degree murder, attempted armed robbery, a handgun violation and reckless endangerment, according to court records.

Co-defendants Shacore Little, 20, formerly of 55 S. Potomac St., and James Smalls, 20, formerly of 126 High St., were each found guilty of reckless endangerment and attempted armed robbery.

The victim in the shooting, Steven McCormick, 31, of Crisfield, Md., was shot in the upper chest. He was hospitalized from May 21-30 at Washington County Hospital.

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