MURDER USA Drug Dealer Desmond Burns finds the date of November 13th to be very unlucky, both in court and on killing fields of PG
NEW CARROLLTON, MD. – The urban county in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C.., run by liberal Democrats for the past forty years, has one more trophy of a dead drug dealer, perhaps murdered at the hand of a competitor, to show for the lax treatment of criminals but is still far behind the killing kind of Baltimore City which has soared over the 300-mark for murders in 2017.
Prince George’s County Police report that Detectives with their Homicide Unit are conducting an investigation into a fatal shooting in the city of New Carrollton on Monday, Nov. 13, 2017.
The victim is 24-year-old Desmond Daniel John Burns of 5320 85th Avenue in New Carrollton, Md. A reward of up to $25,000 is being offered for information leading to an arrest and indictment in this case. Tipsters will never have to give their name.
On November 13, 2017, at about 7:45 pm, Prince Georges County Police patrol officers and officers with the New Carrollton Police Department were called to the 5300 block of 85th Avenue for shooting. When they arrived, officers discovered the victim outside with a gunshot wound to the body. He was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead a short time later.
Detectives are looking to identify a suspect(s) and a motive in this case.
Anyone with information on this case is asked to call the Homicide Unit at 301-772-4925. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), or go online at www.pgcrimesolvers.com, or use the “P3 Tips” mobile app (search “P3 Tips” in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app onto your mobile device.)
Burns entered a guilty plea when charged with possession of drugs and distribution in Prince George’s County Circuit Court on Nov. 13, 2014 – with the date of November 13th being an unlucky number for this deceased drug dealer. In a plea deal with Prince Georges County States Attorney Angela Alsobrooks Burns was allowed Probation Before Judgement.