PA Couple Arrested For Home Invasion Murder In Delaware
DOVER, Del. (AP) — Dover police say a Pennsylvania couple has been arrested in connection with the home invasion killing of a diner owner.
Twenty-year-old Joshua Lemonick of Newtown, Pa., and his girlfriend, 23-year-old Angeline Terek of Bristol Township, Pa., were arrested Wednesday at separate locations in Pennsylvania. They are awaiting extradition to Delaware.
Dover police have warrants charging the two with murder and other offenses in the death of 59-year-Michael Gklotsos.
Gklotsos, owner of diners in Dover and Milford, was found dead in his home late Monday. He had been strangled.
Dover Lt. Daniel McKeown tells The News Journal of Wilmington (http://delonline.us/S5o1Oz) that Terek knew the victim and robbery was the motive for the crime.
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