ATF Baltimore offers $5K reward in search for Cherry Hill fugitives

The Baltimore field division of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is offering a reward for tips that lead to the arrest of three men wanted in killings they allegedly committed while members of a Cherry Hill drug gang.

According to the ATF, $5,000 each is available for information leading to the arrest of Travis Eugene Alewine, “Sticks”; Deaven Raeshawn Cherry, “Gotti”; and Terrell Luster, “Relly.”

According to a 2016 federal indictment, the men were charged, along with 18 others, for their alleged role in the Hillside Enterprises, a violent drug gang that operated in Baltimore’s Cherry Hill neighborhood for 14 years. While part of that gang, Cherry was allegedly involved in the murder of two people, while Luster and Alewine were each allegedly involved in a single murder.

The suspects are considered armed and dangerous, and believed to still be either in Baltimore or outlying counties, the ATF said.

The U.S. Marshals are working with ATF special agents on the investigation.

“We’ve been actively searching for these men and are hoping that someone in the community who has information will see the reward announcements on social media or the news and decide to come forward,” said Amanda Hils, spokeswoman for the ATF Baltimore Field Division. “They can also do so anonymously if they wish.”

The suspects face a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years in prison and a maximum sentence of life in prison.

Anyone with information should contact ATF at (888) ATF-TIPS, ATFtips@atf.gov, text “ATFBAL” to 63975, or contact ATF via the mobile reportit® app.

Baltimore Sun reporter Kevin Rector contributed to this story.

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