Two charged in several burglaries

December 14, 1992|By Alisa Samuels | Alisa Samuels,Staff Writer

Howard County police have charged two men with separate strings of burglaries in Laurel this summer.

One man, Eddie James Moore, 22, of the 400 block of Yellow Springs South in Laurel, is being held on a $25,000 bond at the Howard County Detention Center on unrelated burglary charges in North Laurel, police said. He was charged this week with three counts of burglary, three counts of theft and two counts of destruction of property, police said.

He was charged Monday for residential burglaries in the 9000 block of North Laurel Road, police said.

At least $200 in cash and five diamond rings were taken during the break-ins between July and August, police said.

Police said fingerprints linked him to the burglaries.

Meanwhile, on Nov. 24 police arrested and charged David W. DeAngelis, 24, of Greenbelt, with eight burglaries in the Laurel area between June and September, police said.

Police accuse Mr. DeAngelis of breaking into homes and stealing cash, jewelry, clothing and furniture.

Greenbelt police arrested Mr. DeAngelis in a stolen car in October, police said. The car matched the description given to police at one of the burglary scenes in Howard County.

Apparently, Mr. DeAngelis tried to pawn some of the stolen property last summer, and kept some items in an apartment he had in the 9700 block of Country Meadows Lane in Laurel, police said.

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