One Prince George’s Officer dragged, another intentionally struck as police fan out looking for both dirtbags
TEMPLE HILLS, MD. – The Prince George’s County Police Department obtained an arrest warrant for attempted murder and is actively looking for the suspect who injured an officer in District Heights Wednesday evening. The suspect is 26-year-old Danny Lee Harvell of the 6800 block of Tall Oak Drive in Temple Hills. He’s charged with attempted second degree murder, assault on a law enforcement officer, first and second degree assault and drug charges.
Prince George’s Police report that on July 15, 2015, at about 5:40 pm, the officer and his partner, who was driving, were out on patrol on Todd Drive in Temple Hills, Md.
They were focusing on this area due to a recent rise in reported home break-ins. The officers spotted Harvell sitting in a car. The officers knew Harvell didn’t live in the neighborhood and had been arrested on July 4, 2015, on a possession with intent to distribute charge.
The officer in the passenger seat got out of the cruiser to try to speak with Harvell. The suspect wouldn’t answer the officer’s questions and wouldn’t provide his identification. The officer opened the car door, but the suspect slammed it shut. The officer then reached into the window to try to keep him from fleeing. That’s when Harvell put his car in gear, engaging the Honda’s automatic seatbelt which became entangled around the officer’s arm.
Police say that Harvell sped off, the acceleration tightening the seat belt. The officer was hanging from the side of the car for about 100 yards before the suspect crashed into a tree. The officer was thrown to the ground. Harvell then ran away. The officer tried to chase after him but had to stop due to a broken leg. A massive search is underway for the suspect. Law enforcement along the East Coast are on the lookout for Harvell.
The injured officer’s leg may require surgery. He remains hospitalized. He’s been a Prince George’s County Police Officer for four years.
Anyone with information on Harvell’s whereabouts is urged to contact 301-772-4911. Tipsters can also call Crime Solvers at
1-866-411-TIPS. You will not have to give your name.
Harvell, who lives at 6805 Tall Oak Drive in Temple Hills, was charged in Prince Georges County on July 5, 2015 with dealing drugs by Prince Georges Police Officer Campbell. A court date for that charge is set for July 29, 2015.
Harvell was indicted in Prince Georges County Circuit Court on June 9, 2015 for speeding, fleeing and eluding from a police officer, possession with the intent to sell drugs and other drug charges. The charges stem from an incident which court records say took place on April 24, 2015. Harvell was jailed on the indictment and on July 7th was released from jail when he made bond.
Charges of drug dealing from June 5, 2010 which were dropped in Prince Georges District Court on July 2, 2010 may have been due to two Metropolitan Washington Police Officers not being present for trial, due to one being terminated by District Police and the other having resigned.
Harvell was represented by the Hyattsville office of the Assistant Public Defender, a lawyer provided to many accused drug dealers by Maryland taxpayers.
Suspect struck officer with car on traffic stop
OXON HILL, MD. (July 16, 2015) — A search is underway for the suspect who injured a Prince George’s County Police District IV patrol officer in Oxon Hill early this morning. This is the second attack on a PG County officer in just eight hours.
At about 1:15 am, the officer, who was in a marked police cruiser, tried to make an investigatory stop on a stolen car in a gas station parking lot in the 4400 block of Wheeler Road. As the officer walked toward the car, the suspect accelerated, hitting the officer and causing him to flip onto the hood. The officer suffered minor injuries and has been released from the hospital.
The suspect continued to flee and was last seen heading into DC, the home of so many killers, scumbags and heathens.
The suspect’s car is described as a gold 2008 Subaru Outback. It has DC tags DT2586.
The injured officer is a Gold Medal of Valor Award Winner stemming from an incident on Branch Avenue in 2014 involving the murder of a three-year-old girl at the hands of her father.
Anyone with information on this assault of the officer is asked to call detectives at 301-749-5064 or Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS. You will not have to give your name.