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A former credit union teller will be sentenced in October for attempted murder, home invasion and robbery, the Maryland State Attorney’s office for Harford County in Bel Air said last week.

During the evening of Nov. 11, 2019, Nathan Newell, 21, who worked at a branch of the $393 million Freedom Federal Credit Union based in Bel Air, knocked 78-year-old Glenn Kulik to the floor after he answered the door at his home and strangled him, state prosecutors said.

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