Sheriff's unit arrests 9 from 'Most Wanted' listWith two...


April 18, 1993

Sheriff's unit arrests 9 from 'Most Wanted' list

With two recent arrests, the Support Enforcement Unit of the Sheriff's Office has collared nine people for alleged failure to pay child support since instituting its "Ten Most Wanted" list last June.

Last Sunday a 31-year-old Havre de Grace man was picked up on two warrants charging him with failing to pay more than $6,600 in alleged child support.

Havre de Grace police went to a home in the 400 block of Battery Drive and arrested Gary Christopher Osborne, the suspect.

Mr. Osborne is being held at the Harford Detention Center on $3,000 bond.

On Tuesday, Havre de Grace police helped sheriff's deputies arrest Donald Kevin Henson, 36, in the 800 block of Giles St. Police said, Mr. Henson allegedly owes more than $6,400 and has eluded capture since September 1991.

Mr. Osborne and Mr. Henson ranked eighth and ninth on the "Ten Most Wanted" list.

2 teens charged with possessing pager

Sheriff's deputies arrested two boys, a 16-year-old from Abingdon and a 17-year-old from Edgewood, on charges of possessing a pager on Edgewood High School property on April 5.

L The juveniles were released to the custody of their parents.


* 3400 block of Emmorton Road: Theft of cigarettes and figurines from a business on April 4. Loss valued at $539.


* 1800 block of Pulaski Highway: Breaking and entering at a business on March 16. Theft of a fax machine, two answering machines, telephone, heater and drill. Loss valued at $1,210.


* 2700 block of Winters Run Road: Theft of three staple guns from business on April 1. Loss valued at $1,950.

* 700 block of Faulkner Road: Theft of chain saw, two depth finders, decoys, trolling motor, bow and tools from residence on April 3. Loss valued at $1,915.

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