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Street resident charged with murder in shooting

BEL AIR - A 21-year-old Street man was arrested and charged with murder Wednesday as the sixth suspect in the shooting in December of Antonio G. Allen in Edgewood, Harford County police said.

Harford county sheriff's detectives detained Justin Eugene Bolden at his home in the 2700 block of Forge Hill Road after an anonymous tip. He has been charged with first- and second-degree murder, assault and robbery. Bolden - with his brother, Reginald Bolden - is believed to have been involved in the death of Allen, 24, of Baltimore, who was shot just before midnight Dec. 9 on Rockwell Street in Edgewood. Police say they believe the crime is drug-related.

Other suspects in the case include, Donte Henson, 21, of Bel Air; Yamar Autrez Martin, 21, of Edgewood; and Quintin E. Twyman and Lamont Keith Jones, 17, both of Aberdeen.

County attorney named to state committee

BEL AIR - A. Frank Carven III, who has led Harford County's legal department since 1988, has been nominated by Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. to serve on the 10-member Maryland Workmen's Compensation Commission.

Before being named the county attorney in 1988, Carven, a 52-year-old Forest Hill resident, served as a lawyer with Brown, Brown and Brown, a Bel Air-based law firm. In his work with the county, Carven said he led its workers' compensation operation.

He is a graduate of the University of Delaware and the University of Baltimore School of Law. His appointment is subject to Senate confirmation.

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