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PGPD Announces Investigative Discovery in Police-Involved Shooting in Brentwood

PGPD Announces Investigative Discovery in Police-Involved Shooting in Brentwood

The following information was sent to us by the Prince George's County Police:

The Prince George’s County Police Department’s Special Investigation Response Team (SIRT) has discovered video tape evidence that does not support the initial version of events reported regarding the February 3, 2012 police-involved shooting in Brentwood.  As a result of this discovery, the PGPD has requested the State’s Attorney’s Office amend the criminal charges against Ryan Keith Dorm. 

 

Maryland Man Pleads Guilty to Attempted Use of a Weapon Of Mass Destruction

Maryland Man Pleads Guilty to Attempted Use of a Weapon Of Mass Destruction

 

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Warrant Deputies Arrest Attempted First Degree Murder Suspect

Warrant Deputies Arrest Attempted First Degree Murder Suspect

 

The following information was sent to us by the Prince George's County Sheriff's Office:

The Sheriff’s Warrant/Fugitive Division, working in partnership with the U.S. Marshall’s Warrant Task Force, reported the arrest last Friday January 20, 2012, of Anthony Davis for an Attempted First Degree Murder warrant.  The warrant was applied for by the Prince George’s County Police Department on October 15, 2011.  Davis was arrested by the Warrant Task Force in the 2200 block of Savannah Terrace in South East, Washington D.C.

According to charging documents, Davis shot a male victim in the buttocks while they were in the area of Cindy Lane, in Capitol Heights, MD.  Davis is charged with Attempted First Degree Murder, First Degree Assault, Use of a Firearm during a Felony Crime, Second Degree Assault, and Possession of a Handgun.

Identity of Suspects Sought in Temple Hills' Armed Robbery

Identity of Suspects Sought in Temple Hills' Armed Robbery

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The Prince George’s County Police Department is working to identify the suspects shown in the above surveillance photographs. On January 13, 2012, at approximately 1936 hours, the suspects committed an armed robbery at the Sabor Casero bakery located at 5920 Allentown Way, Temple Hills, MD.

Police: New Information in Fatal Hit-and-Run Collision in Oxon Hill

Police: New Information in Fatal Hit-and-Run Collision in Oxon Hill

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UPDATE: CARU investigators believe the striking vehicle is possibly a dark colored Chevrolet Cavalier or Geo Prism with damage to the grill or headlight portion of the vehicle. Investigators are seeking information on the whereabouts of the striking vehicle and driver.

“Operation SOLO” and Sobriety Checkpoint Initiatives Result in 20 DUI Arrests

 “Operation SOLO” and Sobriety Checkpoint Initiatives Result in 20 DUI Arrests

 

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Suspect Wanted in Three Maryland Counties Arrested

Suspect Wanted in Three Maryland Counties Arrested

 

The following information was sent to us by the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Office:

The Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Warrant Squad reported the arrest of Robert Gandy who was wanted in three Maryland Counties.  Gandy was wanted on seven outstanding warrants for Assault, Failure to comply with a Peace Order, Outstanding Child Support (Contempt), and Theft charges issued between October and November of 2011 in Anne Arundel County, Prince George’s County, and Calvert County.

A tip leading to Gandy’s arrest was received by the Prince George’s County Crime Solvers, Inc tip line and directed to the Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff’s deputies investigated one of two addresses provided, which led to Gandy’s arrest in the 8400 block of Hamlin Street in Glenarden, Maryland.

The Prince George’s County warrant for Gandy issued in November 2011 was for Violation of Probation, Theft over $500.00.