Suitland: Gunplay by bozos in PG ends with one dead after they refused to drop weapons

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Attention Bozos

ATTENTION BRAIN-DEAD PUNKS: This may be something you may have learned had you not dropped out of high school —  If it looks like a gun, the police are going to drop you if you fail to drop your “lookalike” gun.

PGPD Investigates Police-Involved Shooting in Suitland

The Prince George’s County Police Department is investigating a fatal police-involved shooting in Suitland. The Special Investigation Response Team (SIRT) is leading the investigation.

This gun is designed to look like a real firearm and shoots pellets. Great for targets or plinking small critters but in the dark will get one killed should they brandish it.

On May 30, 2014, at approximately 2:15 am, patrol officers were called to the 3300 block of Curtis Drive for the report of two men arguing. A 911 caller reported seeing one of those men holding a long gun.

After arriving on the scene, two patrol officers cautiously approached the two men and used the corner of an apartment building as cover. The officers saw that one of the men was carrying what appeared to be an assault rifle. The officers ordered the armed man to drop the weapon, but he did not comply. Both officers, in fear for their lives, were forced to discharge their weapons, striking the armed suspect. The suspect was pronounced dead at a hospital.

Police say that this pellet rifle was recovered from the man who refused orders by police to drop it. Prince George Police report the man is now deceased. DARWIN Award nominee.

The weapons in the above photographs were recovered from the scene. The rifle was recovered from the deceased suspect. The handgun was recovered from the second male. He was not hurt. It has since been determined that both weapons are pellet guns. Pellet guns such as the ones recovered today in Suitland are often manufactured to look as realistic as possible.

Both officers are on routine administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. Neither officer was injured.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the Prince George’s County Police Department’s Special Investigative Response Team at 301-856-2660. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call CRIME SOLVERS at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), text “PGPD plus your message” to CRIMES (274637) on your cell phone or go to www.pgcrimesolvers.comand sumbit a tip online.


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