Man is charged in 1992 killings

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A Northwest Baltimore man wanted in the fatal shootings of his girlfriend and her daughter 13 years ago was caught yesterday after a tip led authorities to a home in Washington, where the man was living under an alias, city police said.

Darryl E. Green, 56, was arrested by members of the Regional Warrant Apprehension Task Force as he walked out of a home where he had been staying, according to Sgt. Roger Nolan, supervisor of the department's cold case squad.

Police said Green had assumed the identity of a relative, using another man's Social Security number, birth date and other personal information to acquire driver's licenses in Washington and Virginia.

Under the new identity of Antonio Von Hendricks, Green worked in nursing homes as a certified nurse's assistant and as a child day care employee, police said. He registered and voted several times as a Democrat, electronic public records show.

Green "took his birth date and his Social Security number and basically started a whole new life," said Detective Anthony Lansey of the homicide unit's warrant apprehension task force.

City police issued arrest warrants for Green after the two women -- Vanessa Price, 36, and her daughter, Bianca Price, 16 -- were found shot in the head in an upstairs bedroom of their home in the 3700 block of Crestfield Court on June 18, 1992.

Sun reporter Richard Irwin contributed to this article.

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