Baltimore Man Receives Life Sentence for Murder of Federal Hill Resident Timothy Moriconi

| March 11, 2020 | 0 Comments

Yesterday, Deandre Devon Sleet, a 24-year-old Baltimore resident, was sentenced to life in prison plus 30 years by the Baltimore City Circuit Court for the murder of 25-year-old Federal Hill resident Timothy Moriconi on September 27, 2018 on the 1200 block of Riverside Ave. Sleet was found guilty of first degree murder, as well as guilty of additional robbery and firearm-related charges.

The family of Moriconi released the following short statement to “We miss Tim every day.”

Moriconi’s parents, Andy and Laurie, shared the following about Moriconi’s life in a Facebook event titled Celebrating the Life of Timothy Moriconi: “Tim comes from a warm loving family and has cast a wide net of friendships between Crozet, Virginia, Richmond, Virginia, and Baltimore, Maryland. Tim was 25 and a graduate of VCU. He worked at Northrop Grumman in Baltimore. Tim loved sports, music and hanging with his friends. He enjoyed working out and loved cars. He had a very good and smart sense of humor. Most people used the same description for Tim … and this is, “He’s such a good kid.” We’ll miss Tim, but keep him in our hearts forever.”

A scholarship has been created in Timothy Moriconi’s name for Fishburne Military School in Waynesboro, VA, which was instrumental in molding who Tim became as an adult, according to his family. The family has also asked for donations to be made to Thread in memory of Tim Moriconi.

Moriconi’s family will also be hosting the second annual crab feast this year on August 1st to benefit The Tim Moriconi Scholarship Fund. More information will be available soon on Eventbrite.

Timothy Moriconi 

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