MURDER USA: Kenjuan filled drug dealer Tyjuan with bullet holes on the mean streets of Forestville
FORESTVILLE, MD. – As Prince Georges County’s killers and hoodlums attempt to keep up with their killing cousins in DC and Baltimore, PG Police report that two men who were different in the first few letters of their first names shared multiple bullets – one man shared them with the other.
Homicide Unit detectives identified and charged a suspect in connection with a fatal shooting in Forestville last week. The suspect is 19-year-old Kenjuan Delontae Wilson of 3317 Walters Lane #202, in Forestville, Md.
Police say that on May 16th, 2018, at approximately 11:00 am, patrol officers responded to the 3200 block of Walters Lane for a shooting. Once on scene, they discovered the victim, Tyjuan Kiree Lawrence, of 6547 Hil Mar Drive in District Heights, Md., in a parking lot suffering from gunshot wounds. He was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead.
The preliminary investigation reveals the fatal shooting stemmed from a dispute between the suspect and victim. Police say that they were acquaintances. Lawrence’s demise stemmed from his choice of careers in that on April 15, 2018, he was charged with dealing drugs, possession of lots of pot over the ten-gram level set for ordinary deadheads, resisting arrest, and trespassing. He has a trial date of May 30, 2018, at which time his lame drug-dealing carcass can be hauled in from the medical examiner to the courtroom at which time Prince Georges County States Attorney Angela Alsobrooks will have a good reason to drop the charges.
Alsobrooks dropped drug charges against Lawerence in District Court on April 13, 2018.
Wilson is charged with first and second-degree murder and related charges of having a handgun, likely not a legally owned handgun, reckless endangerment and first and second-degree assault.
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.)
As of May 22, 2018, the Prince Georges County Jail had not accidentally released Wilson from custody and the Maryland Alice in Wonderland Judiciary system had not granted this alleged killer bail. Police said he was on a no-bond status, but, given this is Prince Georges County, anything is possible. A preliminary hearing is set for June 20, 2018, in Upper Marlboro District Court.
MURDER USA: Rodney Snowden ran out of Good Luck when he ran into gunfire
Homicide Unit detectives are actively working to arrest the suspect(s) who fatally shot a man and wounded another man in Oxon Hill. The victim of the fatal shooting is 28-year-old Rodney Stephon Snowden of 9785 Goodluck Road Apt. 14, in Seabrook, Md.
On May 20, 2018, at approximately 7:25 pm, patrol officers responded to the 5600 block of Saint Barnabas Road for the report of a shooting. Snowden was discovered outside suffering from gunshot wounds. He died later at a hospital. The second victim was taken to the hospital for treatment.
Snowden pleaded guilty in PG County Circuit Court to sporting around town in a vehicle with a handgun and assault on Dec. 1, 2017, and perhaps on May 20th, he forgot to bring his gun with him. On that date, he was sentenced to prison for 3 years on Count 4, (handgun) with all the time suspended. On Count 5 (second-degree assault) he got 10 years with all but 144 days suspended and supervised probation for 4 years. Evidently, Snowden wasn’t under the supervision of his parole officer when he showed up for a date with his killer.
Snowden pleaded guilty to packing heat on Feb. 3, 2017, making that a double barrel gun year leading up to the year of his death.
Snowden was charged with three possession, illegal purchase, and ammo while underage gun violations in Prince Georges County Md. Circuit Court and the PG States Attorney put all three charges on the Stet Docket on March 1, 2010.