NEW FOR FRIDAY: 9 Charges Filed Against Kaczynski For Baby Ava Accident

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(The following is a press release issued this afternoon by the Office of the State’s Attorney for Worcester County.)

SNOW HILL — The Office of the State’s Attorney for Worcester County filed a criminal information in the Circuit Court for Worcester County charging Andre James Kaczynski, 47, of Ocean Pines, Maryland, with the following charges.

  • Life-threatening Injury by Motor Vehicle While Impaired by a Controlled Dangerous Substance (Ava DelRicco);
  • Life-threatening Injury by Motor Vehicle While Impaired by a Controlled Dangerous Substance (Ann Marie DelRicco);
  • Possession of Phencyclidine (PCP);
  • Driving While Impaired by a Controlled Dangerous Substance;
  • Aggressive Driving;
  • Reckless Driving;
  • Negligent Driving;
  • Failing to Control Speed to Avoid Collision;
  • Speeding;
  • Possession of Phencyclidine (PCP); and
  • Possession of Marijuana.
  • Counts 1 through 9 relate to a Dec. 16, 2011 motor vehicle crash which resulted in life threatening injuries to Ann Marie DelRicco and her 18-month-old daughter Ava DelRicco as well as the seizure of Phencyclidine (PCP) from Kaczynski’s motor vehicle.

    Counts 10 and 11 relate to a search and seizure warrant that was executed on Dec. 22, 2011 at Kaczynski’s residence in Ocean Pines that resulted in the seizure of Phencyclidine (PCP) and Marijuana.

    Kaczynski was originally charged for the Dec. 16, 2011 incident in the District Court of Maryland and held on a $100,000 bond. Kaczynski posted that bond on Dec. 19.

    Kaczynski was also charged in the District Court of Maryland for the Dec. 22, 2011 incident. Kaczynski appeared before a Worcester County District Court Commissioner who held Kaczynski without bond after hearing evidence presented by the Office of the State’s Attorney.

    Kaczynski was held without bond over the Christmas holiday, but was ultimately granted a $25,000 bond after being brought before a District Court Judge on Dec. 27, 2011.

    The Circuit Court criminal information includes several additional charges including a count alleging that Kaczynski caused life-threatening injuries to Ann Marie DelRicco by motor vehicle while impaired by a controlled dangerous substance. As a result of the Circuit Court criminal information being filed, the two District Court cases will be forwarded to the Circuit Court and will be consolidated for trial on a date to be set by the Circuit Court.

    State’s Attorney Beau Oglesby expresses great appreciation to the Ocean City Police Department and all those who diligently investigated this case. He also thanks the local community for their unwavering support of the DelRicco family. He adds that “the Circuit Court was clearly the more appropriate venue for this trial based on the seriousness of this case.”

    The case will be prosecuted by Oglesby as well as Deputy State’s Attorney Abigail Marsh.

    6 comments on “NEW FOR FRIDAY: 9 Charges Filed Against Kaczynski For Baby Ava Accident

    1. I see the case was investigated that is great. Just don’t understand why he would be granted any bail at all he certainly does not deserve bail at all.

    2. This is a start, however I feel that they need to add attempted murder on Ann Marie, Baby Ava and the State of Maryland! ANYTIME someone gets behind the wheel of a vehicle without forethought of the conciquinces that others will have to endure due to their own lack of responsibility; should should have to suffer a greater consequence than their victums!Heck in some countries he would be shot and the bill for the bullet would be mailed to the family. I bet if we started doing that folks would think before they acted!

    3. Granting bail to someone who has no respect for the law or other human beings is hard to understand, if this animal hurts someone else the District Court Judge who granted his bail should be disbarred and held responsible.

    4. How come this loser was granted bail? what is wrong with the legal system there? throw the book at the bum!

    5. Why was this person allowed to be FREE on bail???? What is wrong with the justice system? Do they not see what this person did was illegal, not only once, but several times? Absolutley disgusting!

    6. So glad he was charged, but feel he should be charged with attempted murder and should be made to pay all medical bill for this family…

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