MURDER USA: Cops arrest Dillon Nicholas Augustyniak for slaying of Steven Wilson during robbery at model home

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Dillon Nicolas Augustyniak is being held without bond in the murder of home salesman Steven Wilson. 

MURDER USA: Cops charged Dillon Nicholas Augustyniak with the murder of Steve Wilson during a robbery in new home at adevelopment 

HANOVER, MD. – A developer’s new home salesman who was murdered in Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018 inside of a model home now has the firststep in bringing the alleged killer to justice – and if Maryland still implementedthe death penalty – would have another customer for Old Sparky should he beconvicted.

Anne Arundel Police report that on Wednesday, December 5,2018, at approximately 5:06 p. m., Anne Arundel Police officers responded for a911 call coming from the 7500 block of Newmanstown Drive, Hanover, Maryland. Uponarrival officers entered a model home/home sales center and discovered an adultmale suffering from apparent trauma. Medical personnel arrived on scene and rendered aid but the male was pronounced deceased.

The victim was identified as Steven Bernard Wilson, 33, of Captain John Brice Way, Annapolis, Md.

 The victim was a sales and marketing representative working out of the model home located at a Ryan Homes development. Evidence at the scene indicated the death of Mr. Wilson was the result of a homicide.

Anne Arundel County Homicide responded to the scene along with the Evidence Collection Unit. Several searches were conducted of the model home, surrounding areas with the assistance of Air and K-9 Units.

Police completed a canvass of the area around the murder scene and report that they found multiple articles of evidence as the search continued through the night.

Police say that numerous tips came in on a hot line and helped them with the investigation which led to the arrest of Dillion Nicholas Augustyniak, 18, of 7810 Clark Road Unit A-14, in Jessup, Maryland. The accused lives not far from the scene of the murder.

Anne Arundel Police reported that on Thursday, December 6, 2018, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner performed an autopsy on Steven Wilson. The OCME ruled the cause of his death as a gunshot wound with the manner of death as a case of homicide.

As homicide detectives worked throughout the day and nights following the murder on Dec. 5, 2018, interviewing witnesses and examining the recovered evidence, Dillion Nicholas Augustyniak was developed as a suspect.

Homicide detectives secured an arrest warrant for Augustyniak, and with the assistance of the Special Operations Section search warrants were executed linking the suspect to the murder of Wilson.

On Friday, December 7, 2018 at approximately 12:52 a.m., the Fugitive Apprehension Team assisted by the Baltimore Police Department located Dillon Augustyniak in the 2100 block of Ramsey Street, Baltimore, Maryland. Augustyniak was taken into custody without incident and charged by Detective Myers for the murder of Steven Wilson with First Degree Murder, Armed Robbery, Theft $1500.00 to under $25,000.00 and Firearm use in a Felony Crime of Violence. Augustyniak was held without bond in the Anne Arundel County jail.

Police say that Wilson was chosen at random to rob and that alleged criminal act led to him being murdered by Augustyniak during therobbery.

Police say that even though an arrest has been made this is a very active and fluid investigation Homicide detectives are asking anyone with information to come forward by calling the Anne Arundel County Homicide Unit at 410-222-4731. If anyone with information wishes to remain anonymous, they can also contact the Anne Arundel County Police Tip Line 410-222-4700 orMetro Crime Stoppers.

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