Savvas Pantelides has history of legal troubles

| March 13, 2014 | 1 Comment
Savvas Pantelides

Savvas Pantelides, 24, of Annapolis

Savvas Pantelides, cousin of Annapolis Mayor Mike Pantelides, has had a long history with law enforcement in the County.  Savvas (sometimes spelled Saavas) was first arrested when he turned 18 for trespassing and resisting arrest. Any citations issues while a juvenile are sealed. Most recently, he was arrested for attempted murder surrounding an incident that happened earlier in the year.

According to the Maryland Judiciary search, Pantelides has been charged in 7 separate incidents.

  1. July 2008, Trespassing and resisting arrest.  Sentenced via Probation Before Judgement (PBJ) for 1 year probation.
  2. October 2008, 2nd Degree Assault on a police officer. Served 2 months in jail and violated terms of his probation within the following year.
  3. March 2010, Theft and giving false statement to police officer. Sentenced to 5 years of probation.
  4. March 2010. Negligent manslaughter and various other charges. Sentenced to 4.5 years in jail with 3 years suspended. He was to begin his jail sentence on 12/20/2012 and serve 18 months. This would have put his release date 6/20/2014.  Pantelides requested modifications to his sentence several times and all were denied. It is unclear from the database why he was released prior to serving the sentence.
  5. April 2012. CDS charges. The disposition of this case is unclear.
  6. August 2012, CDS charges. Possession of CDS paraphernalia. The case was put on the STET docket and no action was taken.
  7. March 2014, Attempted 1st and 2nd degree murder and various other criminal charges.

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