MURDER USA: No shortage of homicides but there is one less getaway driver available for killers in a hurry as Tyliek Anthony Spence faces conspiracy to murder rap in Chuck County; OUTCOME – Spence gets 8 years in slammer, Small nabs 50 years of hard time

COURT NEWS: State v. Tyliek Anthony Spence, C-08-CR-21-000298

According to an update from Charles County State’s Attorney Tony Covington, the following outcomes in court resulted in the defendants being sent on a journey to the Big House.
On Thursday, March 7, 2024, Charles County Circuit Court Judge Donine Carrington Martin sentenced Tyliek Anthony Spence, 22, of Waldorf, to Life in prison with all but 8 years suspended for First-Degree Murder. Upon release, Spence will be on supervised probation for five years.

On November 16, 2022, Spence entered a guilty plea to the aforementioned charge.

On November 3, 2020, officers responded to an apartment building located in Amber Leaf Place for the report of a subject being shot. Upon arrival, officers located a seventeen-year-old victim suffering from several gunshot wounds to his lower body. The victim was transported by helicopter to Washington Hospital Center but unfortunately succumbed to his injuries.

Witnesses at the scene of the incident reported seeing an altercation between the victim and suspects in a bright blue passenger car, ultimately resulting in gunshots. The suspect who shot the victim, later identified as co-defendant Anthony Edward Small, was observed entering the front passenger seat of the car before fleeing the area. After the incident, Spence spoke to investigators and reported that he was the driver of the fleeing car. Spence told investigators that he arranged to purchase marijuana from the victim prior to the shooting. Soon after Spence and Small arrived, there was a robbery of the victim, followed by the victim getting shot by Small.

During the course of the investigation, investigators were able to recover a fingerprint on the passenger side of Spence’s car, which was found to be left by Small. Additionally, Small’s phone records placed him in the area during the time of the incident. He was also seen in photographs wearing clothing that matched Spence’s description.

An examination of Small’s phone was conducted. Photographs were observed of Small and the victim’s handgun covered with blood. In a text exchange, Small confesses to his girlfriend about the murder.

During sentencing, the Honorable Judge Carrington Martin told Spence that the victim “may have been into drugs, but he was only 17 years old, and you already outlived him.”

On February 16, 2024, co-defendant Small was sentenced to Life in prison with all but 50 years suspended by the Honorable Judge H. James West.

MURDER USA: No shortage of homicides, but there is one less getaway driver available for killers in a hurry as Tyliek Anthony Spence faces conspiracy to murder rap in Chuck County

District Court Judge Kenneth Talley set Spence free from jail even though he had fled to Oklahoma and was brought back to face conspiracy to murder charges


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Charles County Sheriff Detectives Identify Suspects and Obtain Arrest Warrants in Connection with Murder Case on Amber Leaf Place: Charles County Sheriff’s detectives have identified two suspects in connection with the murder of Daniel McClellan-Givens, 17, who was shot and killed on November 3, 2020, in the 2000 block of Amber Leaf Place in Waldorf.


Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry reports that an arrest warrant was obtained for Anthony Edward Small, 21, of Capitol Heights, charging him with first-degree murder, second-degree murder, and other related charges. He is currently being held in another jurisdiction on an unrelated charge and awaiting extradition to Charles County, MD.  An arrest warrant was also obtained for Tyliek Anthony Spence, 19, of Waldorf. On March 10, detectives located Spence in Oklahoma, where he was arrested. He was extradited to Charles County on March 19 and served the arrest warrant charging him with conspiracy to commit murder, conspiracy to commit first-degree assault, conspiracy to commit robbery, and other related charges. On March 22, Spence was released on his own recognizance by District Court Judge Kenneth A. Talley.

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WALDORF, MD. – Between the liberal yahoos of the Maryland General Assembly, the Alice in Wonderland Maryland Judiciary and the Wuhan Virus Covid Pandemic Mania it’s hard to keep a good criminal behind bars. 

No sooner had Charles County Sheriff Detective Eric Weaver arrested Tyliek Anthony Spence, of 3551 Pipestone Place, Waldorf, Md. on charges of conspiracy to commit first-degree murder, armed robbery, robbery, first-degree assault, theft, and all-around failure to do good, he was wrapped up with a public defender bag-lunch, brought before a Charles County District Court Judge on March 22, 2021, in LaPlata and released back upon the unsuspecting citizenry of Maryland, not knowing that this accused killer-apprentice walks free among them.  


In spite of those serious charges, the family of Spence didn’t have to sell their boat or hock their home to go his bail as he was released on his signature, promising to appear for his next court hearing on June 18, 2021.


Tyliek Anthony Spence graduated from Great Mills High School in 2019.  Sporting around St. Mary’s County in a 2006 Dodge in 2019 earned him a speeding ticket on Great Mills Road and another on Rt. 235. Both tickets were put on the Stet Docket, which is so unusual, as most tickets for doing only ten miles over the limit are simply paid. With St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz putting the speeding tickets on the Stet Docket is indicative of a bit of snitching going on.



July 31, 2003 – November 04, 2020

DANIEL LATRELL MCCLELLAN-GIVENS  age 17 of Waldorf, Maryland is survived by his loving family.

Daniel Latrell McClellan-Givens was born at Washington Hospital Center in Washington DC on July 31st, 2003 at 4:59 p.m. He was taken from us on 11/4/2020. Daniel attended Randall Hyland and Eva Turner in elementary. He attended Benjamin Stoddard and John Hanson Middle School. He also attended Thomas Stone, Stethem, and Saint Charles HS. Daniel had aspirations for studio recording and production. He wanted to be a business entrepreneur.. Daniel was handsome, smart, energetic, and full of life. He had a great sense of humor. He was loved and adored by many. He is survived by his mother Tawana McClellan. His dad Derek D. Givens. Brothers Datrell McClellan-Givens and Dontae McClellan.  2 nieces, Grandmother, Uncles, Aunt, and cousins.

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