MURDER USA: Rawle Farley Gunned Down in College Park Apartment Complex

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MURDER USA: Rawle Farley Gunned Down in College Park Apartment Complex

Rawle Farley murdered in PG County

COLLEGE PARK, MD. The victim in the fatal shooting in College Park on March 26, 2017, who was sentenced to prison for ten years for robbery, is identified as 36-year-old Rawle Uston Farley, of 7413 Wilhelm Drive, in Lanham, Md. He was shot and killed in what police say is his present address in an upscale apartment building on Milestone Way. Preliminarily, detectives do not believe this was a random crime. It was just another purposeful murder.

Rawle Farle with child killed near College Park Md. 032617

Prince George’s County Police patrol officers were called to the apartment building in the 9600 block of Milestone Way shortly after 4:00 pm on March 26, 2017. The victim was found suffering from a gunshot wound and was pronounced dead on the scene.
The male victim was pronounced dead on the scene. A 2nd male victim suffered a non-life threatening head injury and was taken to the hospital.
PG Police report that detectives are working

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to establish a motive and to identify the suspects. The Washington Post speculated on the motive being a dispute over the purchase or sale of electronics equipment.

The LinkedIn profile of Rawle Farley indicates that he is the founder and CEO of Lock And Door Solutions LLC. Tax liens indicate that both federal and state tax agencies were proceeding against him.

Rawle was convicted of robbery in Montgomery County Circuit Court

Rawle was convicted of robbery in Montgomery County Circuit Court and on April 9, 2001, Judge Paul Weinstein sentenced Rawle to ten years in prison with all of the time but 364 days suspended and to be served in the county jail, with an equal amount of time ordered for probation upon his release from jail. Joseph F. Vallario represented Rawle in working the plea deal with the prosecutor.

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