DOVER — A pair of defendants charged with killing a Dover businessman were sentenced to serve lengthy prison terms today in Kent County Superior Court, Attorney General Beau Biden announced.
Last year, Joshua Lemonick, of Newtown, Pa., and Angeline M. Terek, of Bristol Township, Pa., pled guilty to second-degree murder and other charges in connection with the Sept. 17, 2012 killing of Michael Gklotsos in Mr. Gklotsos’ home on Acorn Drive in Dover. Mr. Gklotsos was the owner of the Hollywood Diner and Milford Diner.
Lemonick was sentenced by Superior Court President Judge James T. Vaughn Sr. to serve 30 years in prison — 27 on the second-degree murder charge and 3 years on a first-degree robbery charge.
Terek was sentenced to 25 years on the second-degree murder charge. She had also pled guilty to second-degree conspiracy, for which she received probation.
The case was prosecuted by Deputy Attorney General Gregory Babowal and Deputy Attorney General Lindsay Taylor.