a friend of Louis’ went to the home on Priscilla Street to check on Louis after he did not show up for Church. He called 9-1-1 after finding Louis unresponsive inside the home.
The land of the bullet, the blade, and the bat – PG County killers claimed another victim on Feb. 25th
Preliminarily, detectives are investigating whether the homeowner’s actions were justified.
The initial investigation reveals a trooper attempted to conduct a traffic stop and was subsequently dragged by the suspect vehicle. The trooper fired his divisionally issued firearm at the suspect.
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.
Two bloody murders in Prince George’s County, Maryland have now been solved, both of them at the hands of teens in the ruthless killing fields of the suburban county adjoining Washington D. C.
On July 8th, at about 5:15 am, patrol officers responded to the 5700 block of Cypress Creek Drive for the report of a shooting. When they arrived, the officers discovered the victim outside suffering from gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
His elimination by gunfire might be due to his career choice and will result in the loss of a client for the taxpayer-provided public defender.
For those regarding this as a win for the taxpayers, the eventual suspect convicted of killing Burnett will have to be housed in prison as the Loonies of the Maryland General Assembly have set aside the Death Penalty.
As PG County continues its march to glory for the Maryland Murder Olympics, striving to close the gap with the killing fields of the City of Baltimore, a young man who graduated from college with a degree in music education and returned to his hometown to mentor the marching band at Oxon Hill High School was killed in a volley of gunfire.