2 are indicted in shooting, robbery of pizza deliverer

Incident occurred Jan. 1 in Harper's Choice

February 19, 1999|By Del Quentin Wilber | Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF

A Howard County grand jury indicted two Baltimore men yesterday in the shooting and robbery of a pizza delivery woman in Harper's Choice on New Year's Day.

Charles A. Mosley Jr., 19, and Naim Quinton Abdul-Muhaimin, 20, were charged with attempted first-degree murder, attempted second-degree murder, first-degree assault, armed robbery, conspiracy to commit armed robbery, attempted carjacking, kidnapping and use of a handgun in a crime of violence.

They are accused of luring two pizza delivery drivers to an apartment complex, stealing $81.05 from both of them and then shooting a driver, Martha Lunsford, 30.

In another incident, two others were indicted yesterday in the assault and attempted kidnapping of a North Laurel man in December after a shooting that left Donald R. Mitchell, 43, dead.

Kevin Anthony Lee, 19, was charged with first-degree assault, second-degree assault, kidnapping and use of a handgun in the incident, said Assistant State's Attorney Michael D. Rexroad.

Sean Patrick Gardner, 16, was charged with attempted murder, first-degree assault, second-degree assault and use of a handgun.

Both teen-agers are accused of forcing Donavan Bowen, 28, from his apartment at gunpoint after another man shot and killed Mitchell on Dec. 10.

Bowen then broke away, and Gardner allegedly tried to shoot him but the gun jammed, Rexroad said.

It appears that Lee and Gardner played no role in the death of Mitchell, Rexroad said. "That appears to be a single-person job," Rexroad said.

Police said they have issued an arrest warrant charging Dwayne West Williams, 22, in Mitchell's killing.

Pub Date: 2/19/99

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