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Inmates arrested after allegedly found with homemade weapons

Inmates arrested after allegedly found with homemade weapons
Garry Haines, right, and Kevin Salvatore, left (Submitted photos / HANDOUT)

Two inmates at the Central Maryland Correctional Facility in Sykesville were arrested Wednesday because they allegedly had homemade weapons in their possession.

Garry Haines, 35, was charged with one count of possessing or receiving a weapon while confined or detained and one count of possessing contraband while in a place of confinement, according to electronic court records.

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He was initially held on $7,500 bond, but after a bail review Wednesday, it was raised to $10,000. Haines was released to the Department of Corrections on Wednesday, according to electronic court records.

On Jan. 5, at about 8:40 a.m., a correctional officer found a 5-inch homemade weapon. The weapon was made of a rusted piece of metal, sharpened on one side, with a piece of white cloth wrapped around the other side to make a handle, according to a statement of charges.

The weapon was found in Haines' sweatpants, according to the statement.

Kevin Salvatore, 30, was charged with one count of possessing or receiving a weapon while confined or detained and one count of possessing contraband while in a place of confinement, according to electronic court records.

He was also initially held on $7,500 bond, but after a bail review Wednesday, it was raised to $10,000. Salvatore was released to the Department of Corrections on Wednesday, according to electronic court records.

On Jan. 7 at about 4:54 p.m., an officer with the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services found a 6-inch metal weapon inside Salvatore's right shoe, according to the statement of charges.

A preliminary court date has been scheduled for Haines and for Salvatore on April 29.

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