MURDER USA: Shootings in broad daylight along Great Mills Road are nothing new; just a new generation of thugs doing the shooting, this one on Sunday morning next to the St. Mary’s Sheriff’s L.P. City Stationhouse

This suspect was one of a gang of youths that were playing basketball at Great Mills High School and took their feud onto the street, shooting at each other thru traffic.

LEXINGTON PARK, Md. – The thugs and criminal element in the Sin City of Lexington Park were out on force at the carwash on Great Mills Road on June 14, 2020, exchanging gunfire, leaving two people wounded and proving that spending $3 million bucks on a new Sheriff’s stationhouse next door to the carwash doesn’t do a thing to quell the violence, drug dealing, and robberies.

The Wawa on Great Mills Road was robbed by Wobbers so often, the company closed the location and sold it. The operator who took it over ran it for ten years and recently gave it up due to the petty crime, thieves and criminals robbing him blind. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo.

St. Tim Cameron has issued an appeal for anyone with information on the shootings, or anyone in the area of the car wash at the time of the shootings, is asked to contact Detective Melissa Hulse at (301) 475- 4200 extension *71996 or by email at

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A shooting that took place in rush-hour traffic in front of the old Gloria’s Pawn Shop location on Great Mills Road and across from Mike’s Bikes, left a couple of participants in need of some bandages and cops looking for shell casings. The fight among the thugs was sparked by cries of foul at a basketball game on the grounds of Great Mills High School.

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