Charges Against Teen Dropped in Pasadena Homicide

Prosecutors dropped charges against one of two suspects in a Pasadena slaying that occurred in October.

Police dropped charges against a Glen Burnie teen who had been arrested along with another person in the slaying of a Pasadena man in October, according to The Capital.

Prosecutors dropped a first-degree murder charge and various other charges against Daniel Alex Savage, 18, for a lack of evidence, reports The Capital.

Prosecutors have not, however, dropped charges against Ronald Lee McLeod, of Columbia. McLeod was arrested in the shooting that killed Matthew Morrow, 21, at a Pasadena house party and still faces a first-degree murder charge and other charges related to the incident.

See more:

  • Police Charge 2 Teens in a Pasadena Murder
  • Police Investigate Fatal Pasadena Shooting

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George Thomas November 16, 2012 at 12:03 AM
Just how stupid are the police? Everybody and their momma knows he was in that car and helped cover up the crime. Everybody knows Danny Savage is an armed robber. DON'T SHOW YOUR FACE IN GREEN HAVEN EVER AGAIN, DANNY BOY. You hear that?
john doe November 16, 2012 at 07:43 PM
everybody knews the crips wear blue and the bloods wear red. what color is Danny Savage wearing? in Glen Burnie and especially in BALTIMORE the bloods are very noticeable. Can't the county and/or the city police see this? are the cops dumb or sarced?


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