Two people who took part in the Sept. 17, 2012 strangulation death of Hollywood Diner owner Michael Gklotsos will be sentenced in Kent County Superior Court on Tuesday, March 25.
Joshua A. Lemonick, 22, formerly of Newtown, Pa., and Angeline M. Terek, 25, formerly of Bristol Township, Pa., fled back to Pennsylvania after the homicide, but were arrested within two days of the killing and extradited back to Delaware, according to the Dover Police Department.
A third suspect, Tiffany Ferraro, then 16, of Fairless Hills, Pa., was arrested on Sept. 25, 2012.
A police investigation showed the three had broken into Gklotsos’ home on Acorn Lane, Dover, with the intent of committing a robbery, police said.
Lemonick and Terek originally were charged with first-degree murder, home invasion, robbery, kidnapping and related offenses.
Ferrarro was charged with first-degree robbery, second-degree conspiracy, wearing a disguise and home invasion.
She pled guilty to the conspiracy and home invasion charges during a court appearance in July 2013, and was placed on high-level probation until she turns 21, according to Jason Miller, spokesman for the Delaware Department of Justice. Ferrarro will observe her 18th birthday in March.
In a plea deal, Terek pled guilty to second-degree murder and second-degree conspiracy during an August appearance before Superior Court Judge James T. Vaughn Jr., Miller said.
Lemonick appeared before Vaughn on Nov. 26 to plead guilty to one count each of second-degree murder and first-degree robbery.
Vaughn ordered a pre-sentencing investigation for both, the results of which will help determine the length of their sentences, Miller said.