Suspect freed on bond

August 04, 1993

Robin Debra Cherry of Owings Mills, who was indicted last week on charges of being an accessory after the fact in the Jan. 29 shooting death of a Westminster man, was released on $15,000 bond yesterday after spending less than a day in the county detention center.

Ms. Cherry is accused of making four false statements to Westminster police officers, thereby hindering them in their quest for the shotgun authorities believe was used in the slaying of Gregory Lamont Howard, 22.

Lt. Dean Brewer of the Westminster Police Department said Ms. Cherry had been uncooperative with investigators in the case, which involved the first homicide in Carroll County this year.

Ms. Cherry's parents posted a $1,500 surety bond yesterday to gain her release.

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