Armstrong was very lucky he didn’t pick the wrong house to invade on Teddy Lane, as his innards would have likely been used to decorate a living room wall due to repeated shotgun blasts – if he had picked a nearby home which is the residence of two retired St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Deputies.
When officers called out to him, he attempted to flee the area. He quickly stopped, fell to the ground and began “huffing” the dust spray.
Bush was found guilty in St. Mary’s County Circuit Court of first-degree assault on July 29, 2002, and was sentenced to twelve years in prison.
Three lame bozos with a combination of too much time on their hands, a low number of brain cells and access to guns and knives are now in the hoosegow waiting for their public defender lawyers who almost certainly get them long stays in the Maryland prison system.
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.
The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying the dirtbags pictured in the images below.
On July 13, 2014, these suspects caused substantial damage to the BMX track located in Chaptico, Maryland. Anyone with information regarding the identity of these suspects or about this crime in general can contact CRIME SOLVERS at 301.475.3333, (callers can remain anonymous), or text a tip to “TIP239″ plus your message to ‘”CRIMES” (274637).