MURDER USA: No honor among thieves is the mantra for Darryl ‘Diesel’ Freeman, Mikayle Qawwee and Keshawn Belasco charged with murder; with the robbery of drug-dealing cop’s son as the motive

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MURDER USA: No honor among thieves is the mantra for Darryl ‘Diesel’ Freeman, Mikayle Qawwee and Keshawn Belasco charged with murder with the robbery of drug-dealing cop’s son as the motive

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BRYANS ROAD, MD. – Charles County Sheriff detectives have been hard at work since the discovery of a teenage drug dealer – the son of a Prince Georges County Police Officer – who was shot dead in the driveway of his home on Feb. 18, 2020, shortly after he messaged his address to another drug dealer in order to conduct the sale of drugs.

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Detectives have made two additional arrests connected to the homicide in which Bradley Alan Brown, 17, was shot and killed in the driveway of his parent’s home located at 3117 Warehouse Landing Road in Bryans Road.

Shooting-victim-Bradley-Brown-murdered-by-three-thugs-who-were-robbing-him-of-his-drugs-in-Bryans-Road-Md.-Feb.-18-2020. Brown was killed when he greeted a drug dealer at his home, carrying his father’s gun.
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 Mikayle Tahed Qawwee, 19, (DOB 01/30/2001) of 3707 Midlothian Place, Waldorf, Md., and Keshawn K. Belasco, 16, (DOB 04/18/2003) of 3032G October Place, Waldorf, Md., were both arrested and charged with first-degree murder and other related charges.

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 Keshawn Belasco was charged as an adult as he was arrested by Detective Jeffrey Feldman.  Belasco has a preliminary bail bond hearing on Feb. 24, 2020, in Charles County District Court.  Both Belasco and Qawwee are charged with theft, use of a firearm in the commission of a violent crime, having a loaded gun in a vehicle, first- and second-degree assault, felony armed robbery and felony murder in the first-degree.  Pending bond hearings, they are held without bond keeping both teens in custody and unable to cause harm to anyone else.  Taxpayers of Maryland will be providing Belasco and Qawwee with free attorneys.

‘Diesel” left a digital path for detectives that would rival a bleeding elephant in a snow storm.

On-February-19-detectives-arrested-Darryl-Edward-Freeman-17-of-Waldorf. ‘Diesel” left a digital path for detectives that would rival a bleeding elephant in a snow storm.

 On February 19, 2020, Charles County Sheriff’s Department Detective Ryan Johnson arrested Darryl Edward Freeman, 17, (DOB 06/28/2002) of 823 Stone Ave., Waldorf, Md. Freeman was charged as an adult with first-degree murder and other related charges.  Freeman has been provided a court-appointed free attorney, paid for by the Taxpayers of Maryland. On Feb. 21, he was ordered held without bond by a Judge.

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Freeman is a football player at Thomas Stone High School in Charles County, and witnesses reported he had been selling marijuana, according to the charging papers filed in Charles County District Court.

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Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry says that robbery appears to be a motive in this case.

Brown was using social media such as Snapchat to sell marijuana products – THC vape cartridges, say police.  Brown used Snapchat to send messages to his accused killers. Brown was apparently all in to being a bad guy making money selling drugs, as he had his father’s Smith & Wesson police service weapon at the time he was murdered.

 Police say that the gun had not been fired and was loaded when it was found near his body.  Brown was pronounced deceased in the driveway of his family’s home with two 9 mm shell casings found nearby.  When Charles County detectives began investigating the Apple iPhone found in the pocket of the victim, they quickly learned of Freeman.

Video surveillance footage from nearby homes captured both the arrival and departure of Freeman’s vehicle as well as the audio of gunshots being fired.

Brown’s father is a homicide detective in Prince Georges County and his brother is also a police officer. Brown was involved in the criminal justice program in North Point High School.  Charles County detectives said that the occupation of the victim’s father and brother were unrelated to his murder and only connected to the desire of the killers to rob him during the drug transaction.

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Charging documents against Freeman show that Freeman was a dealer in marijuana and that Brown has messaged his home address to Freeman. The meeting between the two showed that both were prepared for dealing drugs with extreme violence as both were armed.  The gunshots rang out in the quiet neighborhood at about 6:50 pm – with Brown hit in the leg and the fatal shot to his chest.

Charging documents show that Freeman changed his account at Snapchat from “Darryl” to “Diesel” following the murder.  The account name for Diesel on Twitter matched the name and identity of Freeman as well as his association with Thomas Stone High School and his cell phone number.  Quickly, Detective Long was able to match up Freeman’s Snapchat account and link it back to the teen he killed and communicated with just before the murder.  Cleverly, Freeman blocked the account of the drug dealer he murdered after the killing, in an attempt to erase his digital path of crime and death.

Tipping the scales even further to nailing Freeman for the homicide was the GPS tracking in his expensive iPhone that put him at the scene of the murder.

 Ipso Facto. “by that very fact or act: as an inevitable result”
Merriam Webster.

Anyone with additional information is asked to call Det. R. Johnson at (301) 609-6453. Tipsters who want to remain anonymous may contact Charles County Crime Solvers by calling 1-866-411-TIPS. Tips can also be submitted online at www.charlescountycrimesolvers.com or by using the P3Intel mobile app.

Services for Bradley Alan Brown

SERVICES
Visitation/Viewing

Thursday, February 27, 2020 
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM St. Marys Catholic Church Piscataway
13401 Piscataway Road 
Clinton, Maryland 20735

Visitation/Viewing

Friday, February 28, 2020 
10:00 AM – 10:45 AM
St. Marys Catholic Church Piscataway
13401 Piscataway Road 
Clinton, Maryland 20735

Mass Of Christian Burial

Friday, February 28, 2020 
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
St. Marys Catholic Church Piscataway
13401 Piscataway Road 
Clinton, Maryland 20735

Graveside Service

Friday, February 28, 2020 
12:15 PM
St. Marys Catholic Church Cemetery Piscataway

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