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Wanted Caroline County Inmate Captured

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Shawn Richard Lituski Shawn Richard Lituski
Charity Nicole Britt Charity Nicole Britt

DENTON, Md.- Authorities have announced the capture of an inmate who failed to return to the Caroline County Detention Center earlier this month.

Twenty-three-year-old Shawn Richard Lituski of Hillsboro was temporarily released from the Caroline County Detention Center on Tuesday, Oct. 9, to attend a relative's funeral. He did not return by the deadline set by court.

On Monday, Oct. 22, members of the Caroline County Drug Task Force, Caroline County Sheriff's Office and the county detention center were able to locate Lituski at a home located inside the Caroline Acres Mobile Home Park in Henderson. Following his capture, Lituski was ordered held without bond.

Police said Lituski has a lengthy history with the law, including drug and assault charges.
He was serving an 18-month sentence for possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute.

Investigators said the home where Lituski was arrested belonged to his girlfriend, 21-year-old Charity Nicole Britt. She was arrested and charged with harboring a felon/fugitive, harboring a prison escapee, obstructing and hindering and possession of CDS (suspected heroin). She was ordered held in lieu of $50,000 bond. 

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