The couple wanted in connection with a string of daytime door kick-in burglaries throughout Howard County were recently arrested in Bay County, FL.
Joseph Leo Baumgarten and Dianna Lynn Marketti have been wanted by the Howard County Sheriff’s Office since they skipped a bail hearing on Nov. 15. Baumgarten's address is listed as being in the 8400 block of Kenton Road in Pasadena, according to online court records. Marketti has addresses listed online in both Glen Burnie and Dundalk.
Marketti was arrested on an outstanding warrant after police responded to a verbal altercation between her and Baumgarten on Christmas, according to police in Springfield, FL. Baumgarten fled the scene that day, said Springfield police, but he was later picked up on an outstanding warrant on Jan. 3 and charged with resisting an officer and providing a false name.
Springfield is located on the Florida panhandle, just outside Panama City.
Police are in the process of extraditing Baumgarten and Marketti back to Maryland, according to the Howard County Sheriff’s Office.
The two were released on $15,000 bail each in October despite being charged with four daytime door kick-in burglaries around Howard County and suspected in at least 10 others, according to police.
Baumgarten, 40, and Marketti, 30, were arrested by Howard County Police in October after being tracked down through stolen Ravens tickets and pawn shop videos, but were released on bail the next day.
A hearing was set to adjust their bail on Nov. 15, but neither appeared at the hearing.
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