Four are released after indictment in man's slaying ANNAPOLIS/SOUTH COUNTY--Davidsonville * Edgewater * Shady Side * Deale

September 30, 1993

Four men indicted in the death of a homeless man whose body was found in a shallow grave last April have been released on personal recognizance pending their trials.

The Anne Arundel County grand jury indicted the men Monday, two on manslaughter charges and two on charges of being accessories after the fact. Three of them turned themselves in Tuesday to Annapolis police after arrest warrants were issued, and the fourth surrendered to police yesterday.

Police found the body of Arch Clinton Baldwin, who was last seen alive July 26, 1992, in the first block of Jefferson Place on April 6.

Mr. Baldwin, a veteran of the Korean War, was a well-known figure on West Street and at the homeless shelter there. He received a veteran's pension and operated heavy equipment from time to time.

Theodore Reshetiloff, 21, of the first block of Collison Road in Annapolis and Adam Schlossman, 21, of the 600 block of Burnside St. in Annapolis face manslaughter charges.

Christian M. Walton, 22, of the first block of Jefferson Place in Annapolis and Willis Lewin Usilton, 21, of Easton were charged with being accessories after the fact to manslaughter.

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