MURDER USA: Sean Davis charged with twin slayings of Robert Glasco and Shaquan Chambers during Thug Drug Standoff

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MURDER USA: Sean Davis charged with twin slayings of Robert Glasco and Shaquan Chambers during Thug Drug Standoff

CLINTON, MD. – A double deal of death helped kick start the body count for the new year of 2019 in the killing fields of PG County, where the heathens run wild in the land of the bullet, the blade and the bat. This latest duel to the death between competing drug gangs, while dangerous to the community, proves that once again when drug dealers shoot at each other the public is occasionally the winner when some gangsters expire.

Sean Davis Jr. was the inspiration behind the gunfight between drug thugs, say cops.

Homicide Unit detectives arrested one suspect in connection with a double fatal shooting Thursday evening in Clinton. He is 20-year-old Sean Davis Jr., of 18218 Merino Drive in Accokeek. The decedents in this investigation are 19-year-old Robert Glasco of Nova Avenue in Capitol Heights and 19-year old Shaquan Chambers of Surratts Village Drive in Clinton. 

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Prince Georges County Police report that on January 3, 2019, at approximately 7:05 pm, officers were called to the 5900 block of Surratts Village Drive for a shooting. They discovered Chambers outside suffering from a gunshot wound. He was taken to a hospital where he died a short time later.

Police say that at approximately 7:10 pm, Glasco arrived at an area hospital suffering from a gunshot wound. He was pronounced dead shortly after arriving.

The preliminary investigation reveals Glasco and Chambers were among two groups of individuals, who were known to each other, who met to conduct an illegal drug transaction on nearby Sweden Road when gunfire was exchanged between the two groups. Preliminarily, it’s believed Davis set up the deal with the intention of robbing individuals involved in the transaction. He is charged with first- and second-degree murder and related charges.

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