Murder USA: Two women were blown away by the men they told to get lost; one jilted ex-lover killed victim’s sister too in front of three children
LANDOVER, MD. — Attention women! Two days in a row in Prince Georges County, Md., when men were told to hit the road by women who were no longer interested in supporting their lame, non-working, drug-dealing, no-good bums that they were dating, the jilted lovers picked up guns and shot the women dead.
One victim in Cheverly was with her sister and that killer murdered her as well before fleeing into Virginia where the ruthless coward turned his gun on himself and did society an immense favor by blowing what little brains he had into the atmosphere.
The man who detectives charged with last night’s double homicide in Cheverly was found dead in Hanover County, Virginia, around 10:00 am on March 8, 2016. Police say that it appears he died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The dead murderer was identified as 30-year-old Kevin Tyrice Reynolds of 6034 Cedar Post Drive in District Heights, Md. Prince George’s County Police Homicide detectives obtained an arrest warrant for Reynolds on March 8th.
On March 7, 2016, at about 10:30 pm, patrol officers with the Cheverly Police Department and the Prince George’s County Police Department were called to the 6500 block of Landover Road for the report of a shooting. When they arrived, the officers found the two victims inside of an apartment suffering from gunshot wounds. Both victims were pronounced dead at the scene. The victims are 26-year-old Tareeka Jones of Landover Road in Cheverly and 22-year-old Jalisa Walls-Harris of Booth Bay Way in Bowie
The preliminary investigation reveals Reynolds and Jones had been in a romantic relationship. Jones and Walls-Harris are sisters.
NBC 4 in Washington reported that Jones’ three children were in the apartment at the time of the shooting, and one of her children, just five years old, was a witness to the crime.
The Hanover County Sheriff’s Office reported that at approximately ten a.m., on March 7, 2016, deputies responded to the 11300 block of Cross Corner Road for a report of a suspicious vehicle sitting on private property.
Deputies approached the vehicle and located a single occupant in the driver’s seat deceased.
Preliminary investigation appears to indicate that the death was the result of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. The Hanover Sheriff’s Office is working with the Medical Examiner’s Office to determine the actual cause of death of the decedent.
The decedent has been identified as Kevin Tyrice Reynolds, 30, of District Heights, Maryland. Investigators have been working in conjunction with the Prince George’s County (Maryland) Police Department and have determined this individual was charged in connection with the double homicide in their jurisdiction on Monday, March 7, 2016.
Reynolds was arrested on March 1, 2016, and charged with the use of a handgun in a felony assault. The far-left liberal legislators from Prince Georges County, Montgomery and Baltimore City who pass strict laws regarding guns in their quest to deny all citizens the right to own firearms also pass laws and install guidelines which fail to keep criminals who use guns in the commission of a crime, in jail.
Reynolds bailed out of jail on his arrest on Feb. 10th and before another thirty days passed he used a gun to murder his victim and her sister.
Prince Georges Police Officer R. Cavill did his job and arrested and jailed Reynolds on March 2, 2016. The same day Reynolds was released.
Why was Reynolds released?
Because of the foolish act of his victim. As many women enable the crimes of the men in their lives, Jones’s actions turned the key on the lock that held him in his jail cell, allowing him the freedom to grab a gun and make his threat come true.
When Reynolds was dropping off their daughter when he rushed toward Jones and threw her to the ground, according to police charging documents in the earlier incident. The court records report that Reynolds began to “toss and drag” Jones and pointed a gun at her, saying, “‘You are going to get what you are going to get,’” charging documents state.
When Reynolds was arrested, Jones posted the bond for him after telling the Judge she didn’t want to go ahead with the assault charges. She recanted her version of the events and disputed the report of the police officer, according to the States Attorney’s Office. Reynolds had been held without bond but after Jones had appeared in court, the Judge allowed bail, and he was freed and then on March 7, 2016, he fulfilled his threat when he murdered Jones and her sister.
Prince Georges County States Attorney Angela Alsobrooks issued condemnations of the rate of domestic violence in the county for which she is responsible for locking up criminals. She could have called for a higher bond in the case of Reynolds and kept him behind bars, but like all white male blowhard politicians, she has learned from the best.
Reynolds was convicted of malicious property destruction in Calvert County District Court in connection with an arrest for burglary on June 6, 2014. In a plea deal with the Calvert County States Attorney on Dec. 17, 2014, the burglary charges dropped and his sixty days in jail for his guilty plea was suspended leaving him with but a $100 fine for his temper tantrum. The taxpayers paid for his public defender. On June 26, 2015, court records show that he had violated the terms of his probation.
Reynolds was ordered to pay child support in Montgomery County Circuit Court on Feb. 19, 2014, after his paternity showed that this rooster of henhouse was proven to be the father of a child.
On Nov. 19, 2013, Prince Georges County States Attorney Angela Alsobrooks dropped assault charges against Reynolds.
The Prince George’s County Police Department reports that it has arrested a suspect in connection with the homicide of 23-year-old Santa Lizama.
The suspect is 23-year-old Daniel Leonard Weste of the 2200 block of Alice Avenue in Oxon Hill. Weste and Lizama were involved in a romantic relationship.
Prince Georges Police report that Weste has admitted his involvement in the murder of Lizama and has been charged with first and second-degree murder, attempted first and second-degree murder and other related charges. He has been remanded to the Department of Corrections where he remains on a no-bond status.