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Baltimore Man Held Without Bond On Multiple Charges

November 1st, 2015 by WCBC Radio

On October 31, 2015 officers from the Cumberland City Police Department along with members from the Combined County Criminal Investigation Unit (C3I) arrested Antonio Dwayne Henderson-Gill after he fled from a residence on Massachusetts Avenue. Henderson-Gill had three separate warrants for his arrest from a series of incidents over the past three days.

On Thursday, October 29, 2015, at 12:19 AM, officers from the Cumberland City Police Department responded to 921 Lexington Avenue in reference to an assault and a stolen motor vehicle complaint. When officers arrived, they found a female victim who had been assaulted by three males. One of the males was later identified as Antonio Dwayne Henderson-Gill. The victim also told officers that the three male suspects were accompanied by a female suspect. Officers learned from the victim that she picked up Henderson-Gill and a second unknown male from a location outside the city and gave them a ride to a residence on Browning Street. Henderson-Gill exited the vehicle along with the second subject and entered a residence but never returned. The victim stated that she left the area and arrived at the Lexington Avenue address. A short time after arriving at the Lexington Avenue address the victim was confronted by Henderson-Gill and several other suspects. The victim stated that the males attacked her and shoved her against the side of her residence. After being attacked the suspects forced the victim into her vehicle and made her leave with them to prevent her from calling the police. The victim along with the suspects later stopped at a residence on Offutt Street when the victim was able to escape from the vehicle. The victim was able to contact the Cumberland City Police Department to report the incident. A short time later, officers from the Cumberland City Police Department located the victims’ vehicle which had been crashed into a telephone pole on Elm Street. The suspects fled from the vehicle after the accident. While officers were still on the scene of the crash, a female returned to the scene. The female was identified as Ashley Williams. Williams was later identified as the female suspect who assisted the male suspects in taking and detaining the victim against her will.

As a result of this incident, C3I was contacted to assist the Cumberland City Police Department with the investigation. During an interview with Williams, investigators learned that when the suspects stopped on Offutt Street, Henderson-Gill, Williams and two additional suspects entered a residence on Offutt Street while the owners were not home. A very short time later a male resident and his mother returned home and were assaulted by Henderson-Gill, Williams and the other suspects. A baseball bat, fists and feet were used during the assault. Both victims sustained serious injuries as a result of this incident. As a result of this incident, investigators were able to obtain an arrest warrant for Henderson-Gill. Williams was arrested on the date of this incident. This matter is still under investigation by C3I and additional charges are pending.

On Friday, October 30, 2015, at 9:44 PM, officers from the Cumberland City Police Department responded to 1116 Kentucky Avenue for an assault complaint. Upon the officers arrival they made contact with a female victim, who informed them that Antonio Dwayne Henderson-Gill came to the residence. Once inside the residence, Henderson-Gill grabbed the female victim by the throat and slammed her against the wall. When the victim began to yell for help several relatives ran to her location causing Henderson-Gill to let go of her. Henderson-Gill was eventually escorted out the rear door of the residence. Before fleeing the area, Henderson-Gill threw a large object through the front door causing the top pane of glass to break. A juvenile female who was inside the residence was struck with the broken glass. Henderson-Gill was not located at the time the incident was reported. As a result, charges were applied for at District Court resulting in a warrant being issued.

On Friday, October 30, 2015, at 10:57 PM, officers from the Cumberland City Police Department responded to 1A Fort Cumberland Homes for an assault complaint. Upon the officers arrival contact was made with a female victim who informed officers that she was assaulted earlier in the day by Antonio Dwayne Henderson-Gill. The victim told officers that around 5:00 PM, she heard a knock at the front door. Henderson-Gill was at the front door when she opened the door. The victim said that Henderson-Gill was acting in an aggressive manner, intimidating her into giving him access to the residence. Once inside, Henderson-Gill slapped the victim and left a short time later. After Henderson-Gill left the residence the victim noticed that her cell phone had been taken. As a result of this incident charges were applied or at District Court resulting in a warrant being issued.

Henderson-Gill was served with all three warrants on this date at the Cumberland City Police Department. Henderson-Gill was processed, served and taken before the District Court Commissioner. Henderson-Gill was held in the Allegany County Detention Center without bond.

Arrested: Antonio Dwayne Henderson-Gill Age: 21 of Baltimore, Maryland

Charges on First Warrant: Motor vehicle unlawful taking, Home Invasion, Burglary 4th Degree, Burglary 3rd Degree, 2 Counts of 2nd Degree Assault, 2 Counts of 1st Degree Assault, Unauthorized removal of property and taking vehicle without owner’s consent with intent to deprive the owner.

Charges on Second Warrant: 2 Counts of 2nd Degree Assault, Malicious Destruction of property and Disturbing the Peace.

Charges on Third Warrant: Assault 2nd Degree, Disturbing the Peace, Theft less than $1,000 and contribute to the condition of a child.

 

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