Linwood Johnson, arrested and charged with crimes connected to the death of Lenny Harris of Alexandria
UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (WUSA) -- A man accused of killing an Alexandria, Va. community activist and dumping his body in a well has been ordered held without bond Wednesday.
Linwood Johnson of Oxon Hill, Md. was ordered held without bond in court Wednesday morning after a bail review. He is scheduled for a preliminary hearing on Feb. 28 in Upper Marlboro.
Johnson was arrested Tuesday in connection with the death of Lenwood 'Lenny' Harris, whose body was found in a well last Thursday in Fort Washington.
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Harris had been missing for three months, before his body was found in the well, police said.
Tuesday, Prince George's County Police said more arrests were about to be made and that they recovered what they believe to be the murder weapon in the crime: a handgun.
Police say Johnson gave a full written and verbal confession during interrogation.