4th Sizzler killing suspect denied bail

January 20, 1993|By STAFF REPORT

Bail was denied yesterday for a fourth man charged with killing an employee and robbing several patrons at a Sizzler restaurant in Cockeysville last month.

Wayne Alphonzo Brooks, 22, of the 3700 block of W. Coldspring Lane, surrendered to Baltimore County police Monday night and gave up his right to a bail review yesterday, said Assistant State's Attorney Jason G. League. He is being held at the countyjail,. Mr. Brooks had been convicted of a narcotics violation and was on parole.

Police acting on an informant's tip in the Dec. 26 murder obtained arrest warrants Friday for Mr. Brooks and three other city men: William Francis Tyler, 44, of the 3800 block of Belle Ave.; Robert Lee Berry, 26, of the 3100 block of Sequoia Ave.; and Aaron Delano Evans, 21, of the 1500 block of Lochwood Road.

Bail was set Monday at $200,000 for Mr. Tyler. The other two men waived their bail-review hearings. All four men are charged with first-degree murder. Police and prosecutors have identified Mr. Berry as the one who fatally shot John Dwayne Tillman, 29, who was working at the restaurant's salad bar.

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