Man charged in slay­ing wasn’t wear­ing or­dered GPS mon­i­tor

The Washington Times Daily - - METRO -

Court records show that GPS mon­i­tor­ing was or­dered last week for a Prince Ge­orge’s County man now charged in the death of a D.C. ac­tress and yoga teacher who went miss­ing on Christ­mas.

But Met­ro­pol­i­tan Po­lice spokes­woman Karimah Bi­lal said Wed­nes­day that Adrian John­son, 29, of Up­per Marl­boro, wasn’t wear­ing a mon­i­tor when he was ar­rested.

Mr. John­son was charged with theft ear­lier this month, and on­line court records show he was re­leased Dec. 20. He was or­dered to en­roll in GPS mon­i­tor­ing, but the record doesn’t say whether he ap­peared.

Mr. John­son is charged with first-de­gree mur­der in the killing of 46-year-old Tri­cia McCauley, who was found dead in her car early Tues­day in North­west.

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