MURDER USA: Suspect was dressed up in black and white for an Easter Saturday murder at funeral service for a drug dealer in Frederick church
FREDERICK, MD. – At A time when most churches were sponsoring ceremonies for Easter vigil with blessings of food for Easter Sunday dinners, egg hunts for children, at least one heathen decided to carry a gun into a funeral service and blast away at those attending the service.
Frederick County Sheriff’s officers report that the shooting at Jackson’s Methodist Church Chapel located on Ballenger Creek Pike took place at about 2:45 pm on Saturday, April 20, 20129.
Police responded to 911 calls for help reporting that a shooting occurred at the funeral service taking place at the time of the incident.
Sheriff’s deputies arrived on scene and learned of two victims suffering from what appeared to be gunshot wounds and both victims were taken to area hospitals. The extent of their injuries is unknown at this time but believed to be non-life threatening.
The gunman fled before police arrived, but security cameras grabbed glamor photos of the bozo who apparently had decided to allow two additional people to join the person in the coffin on the way to the hereafter.
Detectives are currently on scene and attempting to determine suspect information.
That funeral service was for 24-year-old Trevor Frazier, one of the victims of a double homicide in Capitol Heights on April 7.
Police say that the shooting was a targeted event due to an altercation which had taken place between the heathens at the funeral service.
Although the suspect has not yet been located, the Sheriff’s Office does not believe this to be a random shooting. It is believed that the shooting occurred after an altercation between individuals at the service.
Frazier may have flipped on other drug dealers to get easy plea deal from prosecutors
Trevor Allan Frazier, of 602 East Patrick Street, Frederick, Md., was charged with possession, possession with the intent to distribute and distribution of Ecstasy/MDMA. He was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. Frazier was charged on Dec. 21, 2018 with theft filed in a statement of charges by the Frederick County States Attorney based on a complaint by Frederick City Police Officer J. Holler for an incident that took place on Dec. 19, 2018. A trial was set for April 23, 2019, on the theft charge, a date which won’t be kept.
Frazier pleaded guilty in a plea deal with the Frederick States Attorney on Jan. 3, 2019, which indicates he may have rolled over on other drug dealers or his supplier, which could account for his murder on April 7, 2019.
The guilty plea by Frazier to a misdemeanor rap of conspiracy to sell drugs earned him 18 months in jail with all of the jail time suspended – meaning he walked free without any jail time. The more serious felony drug distribution charge was dropped as part of the deal, along with lesser charges. Frazier entered a guilty plea to possession of drugs on Sept. 9, 2017, and was sentenced to 29 days in jail.
The taxpayers of Maryland provided Frazier with a free attorney to arrange that deal following his arrest by Frederick City Police Officer Alvarez.
The Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Maryland State Police, Frederick Police Department, and the Division of Fire & Rescue Services.
The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect believed to be involved in the shooting at Jackson’s Chapel in the 5600 block of Ballenger Creek Pike on Saturday, April 20th, 2019. *
If anyone has any information on this suspect’s identity or possible location, please contact Detective Skelley at 301-600-4017. Tips can also be left anonymously at 301-600-4131.
Trevor Frazier was born on October 30, 1994, and passed away on Sunday, April 7, 2019.
Mr. Frazier was a resident of Maryland at the time of passing.
He attended grade school in Queens, NY where he lived surrounded by his family.
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