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Frederick Man Charged in Homicide, Now Charged in Theft

Police say Antwine Snowden, 51, of Mount Airy, was working as a mover for the victim when the theft occurred. Snowden was served a criminal summons on the theft charges at the Frederick County Detention Center.
FREDERICK, Md. - A Frederick man who is currently behind bars for allegedly killing a local woman back in April is now facing theft charges this week after police say he stole items from a resident’s house.

Police say on July 6, 2013, Antwine Dwayne Snowden, 51, of Mount Airy, Md., was working as a mover for the victim when the theft occurred. 

The items stolen during the theft were pawned by Snowden at a local pawn shop.

Snowden is currently being held at the Frederick County Detention Center without bond on first and second-degree murder charges for the death of 61-year-old Gloria Flitzpatrick.

Police found through the investigation, Snowden and Fitzpatrick lived in the same apartment complex and had a social relationship. Snowden had been in the victim's apartment several times leading up to her death. Police say he also lied about his whereabouts the night of her death.

Police say DNA results from a lab analysis tied Snowden to Fitzpatrick's apartment where she was killed. The Medical Examiner's Office says the cause of Fitzpatrick's death involved multiple injuries consistent with strangulation. Snowden was taken into custody on July 30, 2012. 

Police say Snowden was served a criminal summons Tuesday, August 27, on the theft charges at the Frederick County Detention Center


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