2 Baltimore men charged in burglary, theft Property worth $4,317 taken

August 19, 1993|By Bill Talbott | Bill Talbott,Staff Writer

Two southwest Baltimore men are being held on bond following their arrests on burglary, theft and malicious destruction charges for breaking into a Carroll County house and taking property valued at $4,317.

Included in the loot was a 10-pound frozen turkey.

Michael Livengood, 20, and Joseph P. Rimkevicius, 21, both of the 2000 block of Wilhelm Street, are charged with the burglary and conspiracy counts following a search and seizure warrant raid on the house in Baltimore.

Mr. Livengood was arrested during the raid at his house Monday. Mr. Rimkevicius was arrested there Tuesday. Mr. Rimkevicius also gave police an address in the 900 block of Genine Road in Glen Burnie, court records show.

Dedria Haynes of Silver Run Valley Road told state police that in TTC two burglaries between June and this month, a set of silverware for 12, an air conditioner and television stereo components were stolen.

Bond was set at $15,000 for Mr. Livengood and at $5,000 for Mr. Rimkevicius by a Carroll District Court judge yesterday. Both suspects were being held at the detention center last night.

Police said they found a missing or runaway juvenile from Baltimore during the raid and recovered a stolen 18-speed bicycle and a small quantity of suspected drugs and drug paraphernalia.

The juvenile was turned over to Baltimore City police.

The investigation and recovery efforts are continuing, police said.

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