Gun shop suspect surrenders

November 04, 1991|By Joe Nawrozki and William B. Talbott | Joe Nawrozki and William B. Talbott,Evening Sun Staff

One of the accused trigger men in the Sept. 11 shotgun slaying of a northeast Baltimore gun store owner has surrendered to city police.

Kevin Terrell Brown, 18, of the 5900 block of Radecke Ave., walked into Central District about 4:30 p.m. yesterday. He had been charged in a warrant with the slaying of Charles E. Sheuerman, 53, owner of the Northeast Gun Shop in Gardenville.

Brown was held without bail pending a bail review hearing today.

The suspect, like eight others arrested in the robbery-murder, is charged with first-degree murder, attempted murder, armed robbery and handgun violations.

Brown is accused of carrying a sawed-off shotgun into the Sheuerman's shop in the 4900 block of Belair Road and shooting the owner to death. A customer, Michael Berman, 48, of Ellicott City, was wounded in the shoulder.

The holdup men escaped with more than 40 weapons.

About an hour after the robbery, police stormed a house in the 1200 block of Clendenin St. and arrested four suspects. Three others were arrested several days later and the eighth was arrested Sept. 17.

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