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February 8, 2014 Smyrna No Comments

DOVER — Two Eastern Pennsylvania residents who pleaded guilty final year to a second-degree murder of a city caf� owners will be condemned on Mar 25 for their crime.

Angeline M. Terek and Joshua A. Lemonick were connected to a Sept. 17, 2012, carnage of 59-year-old Dover proprietor Michael Gklotsos, who owned a Hollywood Diner on U.S. 13 during a time of his death.
Mr. Gklotsos was strangled during his chateau in a 100 retard of Acorn Lane during a late-night robbery. Ms. Terek was 23 during a time of a homicide, Mr. Lemonick was 20.

Mr. Lemonick, of Newton Township, also certified to first-degree robbery, and a state and suspect concluded to endorsed Level V bonds of no reduction than 30 years and no some-more than 40 years.

Ms. Terek, of Bristol Township, is confronting during slightest 22 years in jail during sentencing, and no some-more than 25, according to a defence agreement request.

Ms. Terek sealed her defence agreement on Aug. 26, 2013, and Mr. Lemonick followed on Nov. 26, 2013.
Kent County President Judge James T. Vaughn Jr. systematic pre-sentence investigations on both, who were beloved and partner when a carnage occurred.

A third suspect in a box — Tiffany Ferraro of Fairless Hills, Pa., who was 16 during a time — pleaded guilty to home advance and second-degree swindling in Kent County Family Court on Jul 15, 2013, and was placed on Level III supervised trial by Judge William N. Nicholas.

Ms. Ferraro spent roughly a year in Stevenson House Detention Center in Milford, her profession Scott Wilson of Dover said.

According to charging documents, Mr. Lemonick strangled a Mr. Gklotsos after a suspects entered his bedroom between 10:37 p.m. and 10:42 p.m. seeking income and medication pills. Court papers described a plant as Ms. Terek’s former boyfriend.

The suspects fled from Delaware to Pennsylvania after a homicide, though were apprehended shortly afterward. Ms. Terek was jailed during Delores J. Baylor Women’s Correctional Institution in New Castle, Mr. Lemonick during James T. Vaughn Correctional Center nearby Smyrna.

The initial complaint opposite a contingent enclosed first-degree murder, first-degree robbery, home advance with vigilant to dedicate a aroused felony, second-degree kidnapping, wearing a costume during a elect of a transgression and second-degree swindling counts.

Staff author Craig Anderson can be reached during 741-8296 or [email protected] Follow @DSNAnderson on Twitter.

Originally published at http://delaware.newszap.com/centraldelaware/129475-70/gklotsos-killers-due-for-sentencing

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