MURDER USA Oxon Hill High Hoodlums Let Bullets Fly in Holdup; THE BLACK WIDOW strikes! / Gang stabbing at Parkdale Middle School

  • Police said that Bryant and the victim are acquaintances giving her the possible distinction of being named THE BLACK WIDOW, known far and wide for her dangerous and deadly bite, in this incident delivered by the barrel of a gun instead of venom injected into her target.

MURDER USA Oxon Hill High Hoodlums Let Bullets Fly in Holdup

Black Lives Matter protested police at this protest spreading the false narrative of Ferguson in Oxon Hill High School, will they show up for a black life almost snuffed out by two black thugs?

 

Oxon Hill Shooting Suspects Anthony Hollingsworth and the BLACK WIDOW Zanaya Bryant Feb. 5, 2018

Do thug lives matter when black hoodlums are the shooters?

Police said that Bryant and the victim are acquaintances giving her the possible distinction of being named THE BLACK WIDOW, known far and wide for her dangerous and deadly bite, in this incident delivered by the barrel of a gun instead of venom injected into her target.

CLINTON, MD. – Not to be outdone by violent teen gangs and drug dealers in Largo and Laurel two teens are facing a preliminary hearing on attempted first-degree murder charges, second-degree murder, and armed robbery and using a firearm in a violent crime. Given this is PG County where murder is about the same as double-parking, these alleged thugs will soon be out of jail and signing autographs for their thug friends at Oxon Hill High.

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Prince George’s County Police detectives identified and charged two teenagers in connection with a non-fatal shooting outside of Oxon Hill High School on Monday.

The teenage victim, who is a student at the school, was treated and released from the hospital several hours later.

Alleged would-be Killer Number One was identified as 17-year-old Zanaya Bryant of 7705 Kirby Manor Court in Clinton, Md., and accused wannabe killer Number Two is 18-year-old Anthony Demarco Hollingsworth of the 4700 block of Woodelves Way in Clinton and also of 6405 Carrick Place in Temple Hills, Md.

Both are charged as adults with attempted murder and related charges.

Police said that Bryant and the victim are acquaintances giving her the possible distinction of being named THE BLACK WIDOW, known far and wide for her dangerous and deadly bite, in this incident delivered by the barrel of a gun instead of venom injected into her target.

PG Police say that on February 5, 2018, at approximately 5:15 pm, officers were called to the school in the 6700 block of Leyte Drive for a shooting. The preliminary investigation reveals the victim got into an SUV with the suspects. While inside of the SUV, the victim was shot. He was able to get out of the vehicle and seek help. Preliminary, robbery may be a motive in this case.

If anyone has information on this investigation, please call detectives at 301-749-5064. 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.)

MURDER USA Gang violence at Parkdale Middle School in PG County left one player stabbed

RIVERDALE, MD. – In the PG County area of a small town close to the border with the District of Columbia is a hotbed of gang activity, both home-grown and MS13 gangs of illegal aliens.

PG Police say that a gang action at Parkdale Middle School resulted in one Gangsta staggering out a wooded area behind the school and being taken to a hospital for treatment.

Police have rounded up a number of the dangerous thugs for questioning.

Information about the gangs forming nearby the school brought officers to the area and found the freshly sliced Gangsta stumbling from the woods at about 5 pm on Feb. 6, 2018.

 

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