MURDER USA Stephan ‘Lunkhead’ LeRoy Lunningham faces murder rap; says he stabbed Angela Thomas 30 times and sending her body up in the flames of a vehicle
STABBED 30 TIMES AND SET AFIRE
BETHESDA, MD. – The dummies that decide that they know how to get away with murder must have all watched the same stupid movie on Netflix. First, they kill their target; then they put the victim in a vehicle and set it on fire, permanently destroying any evidence linking them to the crime.
Just ask Lunkhead Leroy Lunningham. Police say he did exactly that and then sat down and told the cops all about it, in great detail. Admitted it all, say police.
For this crime to have been perfect, Lunkhead could have crawled in the vehicle with the victim, started the fire and then shot himself. But Lunkhead might have gotten it out of order and there you have it, the best-laid plans of mice and killers oft go astray.
Now a mother leaves behind small children to grieve and grow up without a mother, due to the horrendous crime conjured up by an evil and twisted mind.
Detective M. Carin, from the Montgomery County Police Department – Major Crimes Division has arrested Stephan Leroy H. Lunningham, 29, of 18804 Harmony Woods Lane in Germantown, Md., for the first-degree murder of 49-year-old Angela Fay Thomas of 10401 Grosvenor Place in North Bethesda, Md.
Montgomery County Police report that on March 14, 2018, at approximately 4:22 am, the 9-1-1 Emergency Communications Center received a call for a brush fire in a wooded area near a Middle School located in the 13700 block of Wisteria Drive.
Fire & Rescue personnel responded to the wooded area and located a vehicle on fire. As Fire & Rescue personnel extinguished the fire, they located a deceased person in the back-seat area of the vehicle. Police were called to the scene and Major Crimes detectives and fire investigators from the Montgomery County Office of Fire and Explosive Investigations (FEI) began to conduct a joint vehicle fire and death investigation.
The victim’s remains were transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) in Baltimore and an autopsy was completed. The Medical Examiner ruled the death a homicide. The victim has been tentatively identified as Thomas.
During the investigation by Major Crimes detectives and fire investigators, Stephan Leroy H Lunningham was developed as a suspect. Lunningham and the victim, Thomas, were known, associates. On March 19, a criminal warrant was issued for Lunningham’s arrest, charging him with the first-degree murder of Thomas and first-degree arson.
On the afternoon of March 21, 2018, a vehicle occupied by Lunningham was stopped on Interstate 495 (I-495) in the area of the Colesville Road exit and he was arrested.
He admitted to stabbing Thomas after a verbal altercation and then burning the car containing the victim’s remains.
Lunningham was transported to Police Headquarters and elected to make a statement. He admitted to stabbing Thomas after a verbal altercation and then burning the car containing the victim’s remains. Lunningham is currently being held without bond.
From Edwina Wright on Facebook Fundraiser:
My daughter Angela was murdered in a violent act. She leaves behind three children, including an eight-year-old boy, Brazil. Angela’s quest in life was to make everyone beautiful. We will miss her vibrant presence, her beautiful smile and her electrifying personality. Brazil will never have his mother at another one of his basketball games or talent shows. He knows he will never see or hear her again, but that she will live in our hearts forever. This fund is to help with memorial expenses and any other expenses incurred during this time of difficulty and bereavement. Facebook friends I would like to thank you in advance for any and all help. And stay blessed.