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Second Arrest Made in Lenny Harris Case

Ivan Newman of Charles County, Md., charged with first-degree murder, kidnapping and robbery.

Ivan Newman was arrested Thursday morning in Charles County, Md., in connection with the .

A Prince George’s County, Md., police spokesperson said Newman, 20, will be presented in district court on Thursday evening and charged with first-degree murder, kidnapping and robbery.

On Tuesday, Linwood Johnson of Oxon Hill, Md., was .

Corporal Henry Tippett said he believed Johnson, 49, is also facing kidnapping and robbery charges. He said the role of each person in the series of events that led to Harris’ murder is not available at this time.

Tippett said his office anticipates additional arrests in the case.

Cookie February 03, 2012 at 03:23 AM
E. C. nothing less for these two. I bet the first one gets only time since he squealed and confessed. However he should get time with no parole until all of Lenny's family has passed on. Second one, E. C. Love and prayers to Lenny's family as they go through this horrific process. God bless to each one of them. No words can express or console this family. OOXX
dee carr February 04, 2012 at 02:47 AM
i agree,Lenny and his wife always had positive words to inspire me to the right thing in life and keep fighting to get where i need to be, venges is the Lord and prayers are answered and being answered ,when they were arrested and if there are other ,,,they cant hide for long either...he would of gave them the wallet or what ever the l\ owest theives wanted...i know he would of ,,,thats what hurts my heart.the amount of his possessions they took the need to serve that in years multipled by 1oo...an great and inspirational pearson lost...sickens me what people are doing to one another today...just sickens and saddens me...Prayers will continue on for lenny and his families and all he touched ...Thanks Lenny and Debbie...RIP,you will be missed by many,many..and more


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