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Fugitive wanted for murder arrested in Baltimore

Two other Hillside Enterprise gang members wanted
Posted at 11:18 AM, Dec 03, 2018
and last updated 2018-12-03 11:19:14-05

A man wanted since 2016 was arrested last week and is now facing murder charges, while two of his fellow gang members are still wanted. 

Terrell Luster, aka Relly, has been charged for his alleged involvement in a violent drug distribution gang known as the Hillside Enterprise. The Hillside Enterprise operated in the Cherry Hill neighborhood of Baltimore for 14 years. 

Luster's indictment specifically says he was involved in a murder, as well as multiple incidents of attempted murders and aggravated assaults while part of the gang. 

Police have also announced two other Hillside Enterprise members are still wanted by officials. A reward of $10,000 each is still in place for Travis Eugene Alewine (aka Sticks) and Deaven Raeshawn Cherry (aka Gotti).

The indictment states Alewine was involved in one murder and Cherry was involved in two. Both are also being charged for attempted murders and aggravated assaults. 

Special agents say these two wanted men should be considered armed and dangerous and are likely still in the counties and areas close to Baltimore, if not within the city itself. 

“It is ATF’s highest priority to protect the public from violent offenders and to get them off the street so law-abiding citizens can build safe communities,” said ATF Special Agent in Charge Rob Cekada. “These three individuals have been charged with serious offenses; two are still out on our streets. Someone in the community knows where they are or has information that could lead to their capture. We hope that person finds the courage to come forward and work with law enforcement to bring these two remaining fugitives into custody.”

Luster, Cherry, and Alewine face a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years in prison and a maximum sentence of life in prison.

Anyone with information should contact ATF at (888) ATF-TIPS,, text “ATFBAL” to 63975, or contact ATF via the mobile reportit® app [].