MURDER USA: Mayor ‘Defund Police’ Bowser Clueless Over Child Shot Dead on Way to Anti-Gun Violence Cookout on July 4th; Four Named in Killing, Daryle Bond Under Arrest

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MURDER USA: Mayor ‘Defund Police’ Bowser Clueless Over Child Shot Dead on Way to Anti-Gun Violence Cookout on July 4th; Four Named in Killing, Daryle Bond Under Arrest

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MURDER USA: Mayor ‘Defund Police’ Bowser Clueless Over Child Shot Dead on Way to Anti-Gun Violence Cookout on July 4th; Four Named in Killing, Daryle Bond Under Arrest

WASHINGTON — DC police arrested Daryle Bond on July 9, 2020, in connection to the fatal shooting of 11-year-old Davon McNeal, according to D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham. Three more men are wanted in connection to the fatal shooting, police said.

On July 9, 2020, Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department’s Homicide Branch announced an arrest has been made and additional suspects are wanted in reference to a homicide that occurred on Saturday, July 4, 2020, in the 1400 block of Cedar Street, Southeast.

At approximately 9:21 pm, police officers of the Seventh District responded for the report of a shooting and officers located a young male suffering from a gunshot wound.

DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services responded to the scene and transported the victim to a local hospital for treatment. After all life-saving efforts failed, the victim was pronounced dead.

The dead child has been identified as 11-year-old Davon McNeal, of Southeast, DC., police said he was on the way to a cookout being held to counter gun violence.

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On Thursday, July 9, 2020, pursuant to a DC Superior Court arrest warrant, 18-year-old Daryle Bond, of Southeast, DC, was arrested and charged with First Degree Murder while Armed (Premeditated).

The additional suspects in this case have been identified as 19-year-old Carlo General, 25-year-old Marcel Lamont Gordon, (DOB 03/02/1995) of 3533 E. Capitol Street, Southeast, DC, and 22-year-old Christian Wingfield, (DOB 11/14/1997) of 2701 31st Street, Southeast Washington, D.C. . They are all wanted on DC Superior Court arrest warrants for First Degree Murder while Armed (Premeditated).

D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham said all four men have gun-related criminal histories, and two of the men are currently on probation, with past felony charges.

WUSA reported: “Mr. General is currently under Maryland’s supervised probation out of Temple Hills Maryland,” Newsham said. “He was arrested this past spring and charged as a felon in possession of a firearm. After his arrest, he was released back into the community pending the felony possession charge. Mr. Wingfield is currently under active, intensive supervision and was on pre-trial, high-intensity supervision with a curfew and on GPS monitoring at the time of Davon’s murder.”

Newsham said police are still working on an arrest warrant for a fifth unnamed suspect.

Marcel Lamont Gordon was charged on Nov. 15, 2016, with carrying a pistol without a license outside of a home or business. The charges were dropped on Nov. 18, 2016, and a four-count indictment was issued on January 11, 2017. After a convoluted period of time, court records reveal that the government was once again too incompetent to successfully prosecute a criminal and United States Attorney Jesse Liu moved to dismiss the charges on July 12, 2018.

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Christian Jayvon Wingfield was charged with felony illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition in an arrest warrant issued on April 22, 2020, in the District of Columbia. The warrant in court records reveals he was charged with the possession and sale of a “large-capacity ammunition feeding device”.

From the Statement of Charges against Wingfield:

Officer Drake and Officer Little were stopped at the intersection of 23rd Street and Savanna Ave S.E., when they observed a blue two door Honda make a left turn from Savanna Street onto 23rd Street driving past clearly marked Do Not Enter signs heading the wrong way down the street. Officers Little and Drake followed the vehicle into the parking lot of 2283 Savannah Street where they activated the emergency equipment in order to execute a traffic stop. Officer Little approached the driver side of the vehicle while Officer Drake approached the passenger side of the vehicle. Officer Little retrieved the driver’s information in order to conduct a WALES/NCIC check while Officer Drake maintained visual observation of the passenger side as additional Officers arrived on the scene to assist in the traffic stop.

After validating the driver’s information, Officer Little asked the driver to exit the vehicle in order to further interview the driver. Officer Drake allowed the front seat passenger to step out of the vehicle in order to enter the convenience store to purchase an item. Mr. Christian Wingfield DOB 11/14/1997 herein referred to as DI was seated in the rear passenger seat.

After the driver and passenger exited the vehicle, DI exited from the back seat of the vehicle on his own and proceeded to walk toward the rear of the vehicle. Officer Drake instructed DI to walk back to the passenger side of the vehicle were Officer Altiere was standing. Officer Altiere engaged DI in conversation. DI stated to Officer Altiere “You don’t remember me?” and he proceeded to state to Officer Altiere his name. Officer Altiere then asked DI if he had anything illegal on him and if he could check. DI stated he didn’t have any weapons on him and raised up his shirt. As DI raised his shirt, he leaned backward at the waist pushing his hips forward to show the officer his waist. Officer Altiere could see an elongated object bulging from the front right inner thigh area of DI ‘s pants, but nothing bulging from DI ‘s pockets. Officer Altiere believed at that point that the object that was bulging from DI ‘s thigh was consistent with a concealed firearm. Officer Altiere conducted a pat-down of the of that object and immediately felt the configuration of a firearm. Officer Altiere voiced the predetermined code word for the presence of a firearm.

At this point Officer Drake, Officer Kelly, and Officer Altiere placed DI in handcuffs. The driver and the passenger were additionally placed in handcuffs and detained at this time of the weapon discovery. After everyone was secured, Officer Gates removed the firearm from the front of DI ‘s waistband.

A search of the vehicle was conducted, and officers located a black plastic bag containing over 4 ounces of Marijuana in the back seat where DI had been seated.

Search incident to arrest DI was found in possession of a black digital scale, $100 of US currency, and two cell phones. These items were seized as evidence. WALES/NCIC check was conducted on the driver and the front passenger for any outstanding warrants. The check revealed that neither the driver nor front passenger had anything outstanding.

The firearm that was recovered a GLOCK 32 Gen 4 Serial BCSY186 9mm appeared to be fully functional, is designated to expel a projectile by the action of an explosive and has a barrel length of less than 12 inches and capable of being fired by use of a single hand. There were no rounds in the chamber and 22 9mm rounds in a 31 round capacity magazine. WALES/NCIC check on the weapon serial number revealed that the weapon was not stolen, but unregistered.

As of 07/17/18, DI plead guilty to Carrying a Pistol without a license. Sentenced to 21 months incarceration. Reference Case No: 2017CF2017488.

DI was charged with Felon In Possession Of A Firearm, PWID Marijuana While Armed, and was transported to the Seventh District Station for processing.

The driver of the vehicle was issued two NOI for Violation of One-Way Street and No Front tag.

Defendant Wingfield was also charged with the below listed offense.

On April 5, 2020 officers of the Seventh District were dispatched to the 1400 block of Cedar Street Southeast for sounds of gunshots. CIC Shot Spotter detected 3 rounds at 1441 Cedar Street Southeast at approximately 1324 hours. An additional 4 rounds were detected in the rear alley of 2310 High Street Southeast at approximately 1324 hours. The rear alley of 2310 High Street runs along the rear of 1441 Cedar Street, a map has been attached for reference.

After canvassing the area officers did not find any victims, property damage, or shell casings. Report numbers were then obtained for Sounds of Gun Shots.

On April 6, 2020 a concerned citizen contacted your affiant in regard to someone discharging a firearm on the property. Your affiant received two photos of a black male discharging a firearm from a concerned citizen in between 1441 Cedar Street Southeast and the rear alley of 2310 High Street Southeast. The time stamp on the photos is 1324 hours on April 5, 2020, the same time that Shot Spotter detected shots fired at the location. In one of the photos there is a white smoke in front of the firearm. This is consistent with the aftereffects of discharging a firearm. The individual in the photos is a black male, with long black dreadlocks, black skull cap, dark in color jacket, grey Nike sweatpants, and black/white sneakers. The described photos have been attached for reference.

The concerned citizen informed your affiant that she believed the individual in the photos went by the name of Christian Wingfield. A query of COBALT yielded no results for a Christian Wingfield. Further investigation revealed an individual in COBALT by the name of Christian Wingfield with numerous reports located at the Frederick Douglass Garden Apartments. Your affiant immediately recognized Mr. Wingfield’s mug shot as the same individual discharging a firearm in the photos previously described. According to the concerned citizen, Mr. Wingfield has never been listed on a lease at Frederick Douglass Garden Apartments. To the best of their knowledge, he has stayed with his girlfriend or other associates that reside on the property. Given that the concerned citizen’s knowledge of Mr. Wingfield is through word of mouth it is reasonable for their spelling/pronunciation of his last name to be inaccurate.

Your affiant showed the photos to Detective Brian Devine of The Seventh District on April 6, 2020. Detective Devine is familiar with Mr. Wingfield from previous investigations and was able to positively identify him in the photos.

On April 8, 2020 your affiant received video footage of Mr. Wingfield discharging a firearm at the Frederick Douglass Garden Apartments. The time stamp of the video is 1324 hours, the same as Shot Spotter detection and the photos previously described. In the video a muzzle flash is observed four times which would indicate it is a real firearm and not a BB gun.

Further investigation revealed that Mr. Wingfield is on probation and is required to wear a GPS monitoring device.

  April 12, 2020 your affiant contacted Arielle Bleecker, a Criminal Research Specialist, to obtain a CS()SA Veritracks report. The report provided the following information about Mr. Wingfield’s location before, during, and after the sounds of gun shots.

Christen Wingfield (DOB: 11/14/1997 PDID: 659835) was as close as 13ft from the incident location at 1326 hours, 2 minutes after the ShotSpotter notification, when his tracks were stationary at the incident location. Wingfield’s tracks were loosely concentrated in the area of Frederick Douglass Garden Apartments carrying the address of 1438 Cedar St SE from 1257 hours until 1340 hours (encompassing the incident time). As his tracks are concentrated near the incident location before, during, and after the incident time, and do not appear to flee the location a DC background is not included. Tracks are included for reference.

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MURDER USA: 14-Year-Old Killed Caught in Shooting Death of Antonio Gardiner in Fourth of July Slaying

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Proving that one is never too young to become an apprentice killer in the City of Death – otherwise known as Washington, D.C. the cops hot on the trail have rounded up a kid as the alleged culprit.

Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department’s Homicide Branch announced on July 9, 2020, an arrest has been made in a homicide that occurred on Saturday, July 4, 2020, in the 1500 block of Pennsylvania Avenue, Southeast.

At approximately 10:57 pm, members of the First District responded to the listed location for the report of a shooting. Upon arrival, officers located an adult male victim suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services responded to the scene and transported the victim to a local hospital for treatment. After all life-saving efforts failed, the victim was pronounced dead.

The decedent has been identified as 36-year-old Antonio Trevon Gardiner, (DOB 08/19/1983) of 7518 Abbington Drive, Oxon Hill, MD.

On Wednesday, July 8, 2020, pursuant to a DC Superior Court custody order, a 14-year-old juvenile male, of Southeast, DC, was arrested and charged with First Degree Murder.

Gardiner was last involved in criminal charges in Maryland on May 17, 2018 when a marijuana possession charge was dropped by Prince Georges County States Attorney Angela Alsobrooks.  On May 13, 2013, charges in Prince Georges County for distribution of drugs were dropped by Alsobrooks.

When charged in the case of the United States Vs. Antonio T. Gardiner in DC Superior Court, he was found not guilty of felony charges of unlawful possession of a firearm, ammunition, carrying a deadly weapon and possession of drugs on March 28, 2006.  On April 10, 2014, Gardiner attempted to have his record sealed from public view, perhaps to enable him to get a job at a children’s day care center and the prosecutors opposed the effort, with Judge Ramsey Johnson agreeing with the prosecutor.

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