PALMER PARK, Md. – Police in Maryland have apprehended a chairman on a FBI’s 10 Most Needed checklist who’s indicted within a 2014 strangulation of a New Jersey lady.
Prince George’s County military Chief Hank Stawinski educated reporters that 3 of his officers approached Lamont Stephenson, who was in a truck, in response to a questionable sold chairman name early Thursday. Stawinski settled Stephenson educated a officers he was homeless though additionally settled he was a indispensable man.
Stawinski settled Stephenson was taken into control on an bootleg moody to keep divided from charge aver and combined that Washington, D.C., military have a aver charging Stephenson in a slaying there Wednesday.
The FBI settled Stephenson, indispensable within a strangulation of 43-year-old Olga DeJesus of Newark, New Jersey, had been on the Prime 10 checklist given Oct final yr.