2nd suspect in fatal shooting surrenders

Two men said to crash party before incident

March 04, 2004|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

The second suspect in a weekend shooting that left a man dead at a Crofton party has surrendered, Anne Arundel County police said yesterday.

Anthony Lane, 38, is charged with second-degree assault and three counts of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder. Lane surrendered to police late Tuesday at the Western District station in Odenton.

He was being held without bond yesterday at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center near Annapolis.

According to police, Lane and Nathaniel Campbell, 22, crashed a party at the house of Lane's ex-girlfriend Saturday and started a fight when they were asked to leave.

Police said that Lane ordered Campbell to get a gun, and that Campbell then opened fire on a crowd of people outside the house in the 2000 block of Lake Grove Lane.

Killed was Andre Summers, 31, of Bowie, who had apparently gone outside to assist his sister, Michele Summers, 27, as she tried to get her ex-boyfriend, Lane, to leave the property, police and neighbors said. Michele Summers and a neighbor, Wayne Falduti, 28, were struck by the gunfire, police said. Both were treated at a Baltimore hospital and released.

Campbell was arrested at his place of employment Tuesday morning and is charged with first-degree murder. He also was being held without bond yesterday at the county detention center.

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