MSP Maryland State Police Arrest Suspect Wanted On Child Sex Abuse Charges


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(PIKESVILLE, MD) – Maryland State Police captured a registered child sex offender from Baltimore County who was wanted on additional sexual abuse of a minor charges.

The suspect, Anthony Lyvonne Howes, 51, of Halethorpe, Maryland, was taken into custody without incident at about 11 a.m. this morning in the 1100 block of South Hanover Street in Baltimore City. Howes was arrested by members of the Maryland State Police Apprehension Team with the assistance of officers from the U.S. Marshals Capital Area Regional Fugitive Task Force. Howes was transported to the Maryland State Police Centreville Barrack for processing.

Howes had been missing since at least Nov. 4, 2019, when troopers from the Maryland State Police Apprehension Team sought to arrest him at his home on charges that he sexually assaulted a minor in Centreville, Maryland. In addition to the arrest warrant on the most recent charges, Howes also had an arrest warrant issued by the Baltimore County Police Department for providing false information when he registered as a sex offender in Maryland.


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