GHETTO GUNMAN: Sweet Sixteen with a Gun, Kyreek Adams is ready for the new school year
NEW BOOKBAG – PENCILS – APPLE FOR THE TEACHER – LUNCH PAIL FILLED WITH SNACKS
LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – Joining the ranks of the Young Guns of Greater Lexington Park, the area’s most reliable ghetto full of crime and criminals ready to shoot and kill is Kyreek M. Adams. He just might have to do his studies virtually from the Cheltenham Youth Jail if convicted of his new criminal charges.
Kyreek Adams (DOB 03/20/2004) of 21468 Exquisite Court, in the Suburban Estates Mobile Home Park in Lexington Park, Maryland, was arrested and charged as an adult by St. Mary’s Sheriff Deputy Robert Chase on August 27, 2020, on serious criminal charges. Adams was allegedly in possession of a gun that was loaded when apprehended.
Sheriff Cameron reports that on August 27, 2020, at approximately 12:50 a.m. Deputy Chase observed an individual in the area of Great Mills Road and Pacific Drive walking, with a vehicle following the pedestrian. As Dep. Chase made a U-turn to investigate, the unknown individual fled on foot. As the individual fled, Dep. Chase observed him adjust a suspicious object in his waistband. The individual was quickly apprehended, and a handgun was located near where the individual was taken into custody. It was determined the individual involved was a juvenile and Kyreek Adams was subsequently charged as an adult with the following charges:
Possession of Firearm/Minor
Know/Alter Firearm ID Number
Handgun on Person
Loaded Handgun on Person
Due to a change in Maryland law, the juvenile will not be identified by the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Department, and no booking photograph will be released until a waiver hearing is conducted to determine the jurisdiction of this case. Citizens can view the charges placed as an adult against Kyreek M. Adams on court records.
The gun was found to have the serial numbers filed off which typically is done to prevent police from discovering that a firearm has been stolen. Adams was initially held without bond and later released on his own promise to appear in court without any bond required.
The taxpayers of Maryland are providing a free lawyer for Adams who will be arranging a plea deal with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz to provide for Adams to be ordered quiet time in the corner of the school cafeteria at Great Mills for five minutes.
Of course, it could go the other way where the deputy will be required to kneel before the entire student body and apologize for traumatizing Adams with the handcuffs and the short visit to the St. Mary’s County Jail.
MURDER USA: Man Dead of Multiple Gunshots in Hobo Camp in Lexington Park Ghetto Slaying; 2nd in 24 Hours
LEXINGTON PARK, MD) – Maryland State Police have arrested and charged a suspect in connection with the murder of a man found shot this past weekend in St. Mary’s County.
The suspect is identified as Malachi A. Banks, 18, of Lexington Park, Md. After consultation with the St. Mary’s County State’s Attorney’s Office, State Police investigators have charged Banks with first-degree murder and second-degree murder. Banks was located at a residence at 21689 Hancock Drive in Lexington Park. He was taken in for questioning and charged with murder on August 23, 2020, by Detective Travis Howard. He is currently being held in the St. Mary’s County Detention Center without bond.
The victim has been identified as Dyante L. Battle, 32, (DOB 01/05/1988) of 1002 Quiet Drive, Capitol Heights, Md. An autopsy at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner determined his manner of death was a homicide and the cause was multiple gunshot wounds.
Battle was found guilty in St. Mary’s Circuit Court on July 24, 2020, of multiple counts of Rogue and Vagabond, that is, being a bum and a hobo in the Lexington Park area, where bums live in tent camps with rules only made by them and other bums. Other indictments against Battle for assault, resisting arrest, filing the registration number off of a firearm, illegal possession of ammo, possession of a stolen firearm, and multiple theft charges were all dropped. In a plea deal with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz, Battle was sentenced to one year in jail with all of the sentence suspended.
Shortly before 10:30 p.m. on August 22nd, troopers from the Leonardtown Barrack were dispatched to a call for shots fired in the area of Enterprise Road and N. Essex Drive, in Lexington Park, Md. Upon arrival in the area, they found the victim in a wood line and observed he had sustained what appeared to be multiple gunshot wounds. Troopers and responding St. Mary’s County emergency medical services personnel provided emergency care. The victim was transported by ambulance to MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital where he was later pronounced deceased.
A perimeter was established around the area, with the assistance of deputies from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office. Additional state troopers who had been working a crime suppression patrol were already in the area and assisted. The Maryland State Police Homicide Unit responded to conduct the investigation and State Police crime scene technicians conducted evidence collection and scene processing.
LEXINGTON PARK, MD – Another twenty-fours and another murder in the crime ghetto of Lexington Park! The Maryland State Police report the murder of a man who was found on August 22, 2020 in the Patuxent Park neighborhood of Lexington Park. The incidents of crime in Lexington Park has been the main motivator for businesses fleeing the old commercial center of St. Mary’s County and dozens of empty retail and office spaces languishing on the market.
Police say that the victim has been identified as a man in his 30’s from Prince George’s County. His name is being withheld at this time because family members have not yet been located and notified.
Shortly before 10:30 p.m. yesterday, troopers from the Leonardtown Barrack were dispatched to a call for shots fired in the area of Enterprise Road and North Essex Drive, in Lexington Park, Md. The responding troopers found the victim in a wood line and observed he had sustained what appeared to be multiple gunshot wounds. Troopers and responding St. Mary’s County emergency medical services personnel provided emergency care. The victim was transported by ambulance to MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital where he was later pronounced deceased.
A perimeter was established around the area, with the assistance of deputies from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office. Additional state troopers who had been working a crime suppression patrol were already in the area and assisted. The Maryland State Police Homicide Unit responded to conduct the investigation and State Police crime scene technicians responded to conduct evidence collection and scene processing.
During the night, searches of the area were conducted on foot, with K-9 units and with the assistance of a Maryland State Police helicopter. Residents in the area were contacted during a neighborhood canvas by investigators. Information developed during the investigation led to the service of a search warrant at a home in Lexington Park.
Police say that several people in that home are currently being interviewed as part of this investigation. After daylight on August 23, 2020, investigators conducted an additional search of the crime scene.
Two blocks away on Ronald Drive the murder of Antione Jamal Bowman took place barely twenty-four hours earlier.
Bowman, ironically, was the wheelman of a Toyota that sped through Patuxent Park on April 7, 2019, and when a resident complained about his speeding, Bowman’s passenger, Daitoine Payne fired a gun in the air and warned the resident the next round was for him if he didn’t shut up. Payne was charged with multiple criminal counts and St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz dropped all the charges.
Anyone with information about this murder is urged to contact Maryland State Police at the Leonardtown Barrack at 301-475-8955. Callers may remain anonymous.
CRIME TIME IN CRIME TOWN: Arrest made in Wawa gunplay, Reginald Elijah Parks
LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that on August 9, 2020, deputies from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office responded to the Wawa located at 22530 Three Notch Road in Lexington Park, for the reported shooting complaint.
Sheriff Cameron says that deputies determined a verbal argument took place in the parking lot between the suspect and the victim. During the argument Reginald Elijah Parks, 27, (DOB 02/27/1993) of 110 Maupin Ave., Portsmouth, Virginia, retrieved a handgun.
While the parties argued, Parks discharged the firearm in close vicinity of the victim. The victim’s vehicle, which was occupied by another individual, was struck by a projectile.
Police say that the victims were not injured in the assault. Parks and the victims are familiar with each other, and this was determined not to be a random act of violence. The handgun was recovered, and Parks was placed under arrest by St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Department Deputy Z Jerew and charged with the following:
- Assault First Degree
- Assault Second Degree
- Handgun on Person
- Loaded Handgun on Person
- Reckless Endangerment
Parks was transported to the St. Mary’s County Jail and remains incarcerated on a no bond status. A bond hearing was held on Aug. 10, 2020 and Parks was ordered to stay in the slammer until his trial. A preliminary hearing is set for September 8, 2020.
Parks was charged with fleeing from police in Virginia Beach on June 13, 2018 and failed to appear for trial with a new date for meeting a Judge set for Sept. 22, 2020 in Virginia Beach District Court. Arrested on June 21, 2020, Parks was given a new trial date of July 13, 2020, which didn’t work out too well as court records show he did not appear.
MURDER USA: Delontey Butler charged with attempted murder; cops say he blasted woman’s car as he drove alongside on Rt. 5
LEONARDTOWN, MD. – It remains to be determined if this miscreant has a driver permit or a permit to kill women when he decides to get a case of road rage.
St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that on July 22, 2020, deputies from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Department responded to the 27300 block of Point Lookout Road in Leonardtown, for the reported assault involving a firearm.
Deputies arrived on scene and located a female victim, 31, suffering from a gunshot wound to her right foot. The victim advised deputies she was traveling in a vehicle on Point Lookout Road, when a vehicle drove up beside her on the shoulder of the road, and an individual in that vehicle pointed a handgun at her and began shooting.
One round penetrated the vehicle door, striking the victim in the foot. At the time of the shooting, there were four additional victims inside the victim’s vehicle, two adults and two juveniles, who were not injured.
The investigation was continued by detectives from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division.
Police say that Delontey Montario Butler, 27, (DOB 7/15/1993) of 23640 Gunnel Drive, Leonardtown, Md., was the individual who committed the committed the assault. On July 31, 2020, Butler was located and arrested. Butler was charged with the following:
- Attempted First Degree Murder
- Attempted Second Degree Murder
- Assault First Degree (five counts)
- Assault Second Degree (five counts)
- Handgun in Vehicle
- Loaded Handgun in Vehicle
- Handgun on Person
- Loaded Handgun on Person
- Firearm Use/Violent Crime
- Reckless Endangerment from Car (five counts)
Butler was transported to the St. Mary’s County Jail and remains incarcerated on a no bond status.
On August 10, 2020, a 36-count indictment was issued by the St. Mary’s County Grand Jury that charged Butler with the above crimes.
A hearing for status of the case is set for Sept. 16, 2020 and a jury trial is set for Nov. 5, 2020. The taxpayers of Maryland are on the hook for a free attorney for Butler, who will get what he pays for. A pre-trial supervision summary was issued on Aug. 14, 2020, which may lead to the alleged violent offender being allowed bail, which ought to upset his victim and any other peace-loving citizen who is fed up with the hoodlums and outlaws of St. Mary’s County. Butler was convicted of assault in 2016 and sentenced to 90 days in jail.
A domestic violence order against Butler was finalized on Jan. 31, 2017 in St. Mary’s District Court.
CRIME & DECLINE IN LEXINGTON PARK: Melvin Royce Jones’ gunslinging days will be put on pause
LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – According to St. Mary’s County Sheriff Tim Cameron, on February 4, 2020, at approximately 11:15 a.m. Deputy First Class Beyer conducted a vehicle stop in the 21800 block of Pegg Road in Lexington Park.
Jones has been a star in crime for decades in St. Mary’s County, with an appearance in St. Mary’s District Court with felony charges of carnal knowledge of a 14-year-old girl when he was four or more years older. Assistant States Attorney Christy Holt Chesser charged that on Dec. 4, 1993, Jones was involved with vaginal intercourse with several young girls.
The passenger in the vehicle was identified as Melvin Royce Jones Jr., 24, (DOB 11/17/1995) of 48070 Deeward Circle, Lexington Park, Md. Jones might have beat feet due to being a fugitive from Virginia, wanted on a violation of probation for felony burglary conviction.
During the vehicle stop Jones fled on foot and was pursued by deputies. Jones was taken into custody and a loaded firearm was located on Jones’ person.
Jones was transported to the St. Mary’s County Jail and charged with the following:
- Handgun in Vehicle
- Loaded Handgun in Vehicle
- Handgun on Person
- Loaded Handgun on Person
- Obstruction and Hindering
- Fraud Person/Identity to Avoid Prosecution
- Firearm-Possession-Felony Conviction
- Illegal Possession of Ammunition
Jones was incarcerated at the St. Mary’s County Jail on a no bond status.
Following Circuit Court indictments on March 2, 2020, Jones entered guilty pleas to illegal possession of a firearm and resisting arrest on June 16, 2020. Sentencing has been postponed, according to court records. Attorney Monte Montgomery Jr., of Upper Marlboro represents Jones in the plea deal.
Jones is currently a fugitive and wanted in York County / Poquoson Circuit Court for violation of probation on felony offenses.
Jones was found guilty of felony burglary in York County Circuit Court on Jan. 19, 2016 and sentenced to five years in prison with ten years’ probation.
THE OUTLAW GUNMEN: Ex-con Terrance Marquis Savoy back in the slammer for a layover on the voyage to prison on Fentanyl and gun charges
GREAT MILLS, MD. – Another St. Mary’s County thug who likes guns and drugs is back in the slammer. St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that on August 22, 2020, detectives from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office Vice Narcotics Division, with the assistance of the Emergency Services Team (EST), K-9 Unit, and Patrol Division, executed a search and seizure warrant on a residence in the 20200 block of Flat Iron Road in Great Mills.
Terrance Marquis Savoy, 28, of Great Mills, was identified as a distributor of narcotics.
Savoy was found to be in possession of two handguns and a quantity of Fentanyl. One of the handguns recovered was determined to be stolen.
Savoy is currently on supervised probation as a result of a felony burglary conviction. Savoy was arrested and charged with the following:
- Firearm-Possession with Felony Conviction
- Regulated Firearm: Stolen/Sell
- Illegal Possession Ammunition
- Regulated Firearm-Illegal Possession
- Assault Second Degree
- CDS: Admin-not Marijuana
Savoy remains incarcerated at the St. Mary’s County Jail on a no bond status.
MURDER USA: Gunshots End Life of Wheelman Antione Jamal Bowman in Pegg Road Neighborhood
LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – The crime and decline in Lexington Park that is generated by drugs and a lax judicial system has a new low spot with the murder of a miscreant in the Discovery neighborhood just off Pegg Road – in the center of hooliganism and ghetto-like activity. Ironically, the victim of this murder was charged in 2019 with shooting at a resident who told him to slow down his late model Toyota in his neighborhood, and threatening to kill that person.
On August 22, 2020, at approximately 12:30 a.m. deputies from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 21800 block of Ronald Drive in Lexington Park, for the reported shooting.
St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that a fatally wounded man was located and identified as Antione Jamal Bowman, 21, (DOB 04/26/1999) of Lexington Park. Lifesaving efforts were attempted but Bowman was declared dead on the scene in spite of every effort to revive life.
Anyone with information on this shooting or anyone who witnessed the shooting is asked to contact Detective Daniel Sidorowicz at (240) 587-0062 or by email at Daniel.Sidorowicz@stmarysmd.com.
In an ultimate act of thuggish behavior, Bowman was arrested after being nabbed by a Maryland trooper following him shooting at a resident of who complained that they were speeding on the narrow residential street on a Sunday afternoon.
At about 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, April 7, 2019, Maryland Trooper Brandy DiToto, from the Leonardtown Barrack, responded to the 21000-block of North Essex Drive, in the Patuxent Park neighborhood, for the report of a shot being fired from a vehicle.
The suspects reportedly fled the scene in a Toyota SUV.
The trooper located the suspect vehicle on West Westbury Blvd. at Wilcutt Street and initiated a traffic stop. The driver pulled over and the two passengers fled on foot. The driver, later identified as Antione Jamal Bowman, 19, of Lexington Park, was taken into custody at the scene of the stop and later charged with first-degree assault, reckless endangerment, and accessory after the fact.
Troopers contacted the victim in the 21000-block of North Essex Drive. He reported he had engaged with a suspect in that vehicle about speeding in the neighborhood. The victim reported the suspect pulled out a revolver and fired one round toward the sky. He then pointed the revolver at the victim and said, “The next one is for you.” He was not injured in the incident.
Maryland State Trooper Brandy DiToto also charged with Bowman on April 7, 2019 for driving while failing to have any permit as he operated a 2017 Toyota RAV4 on Pegg Road at Midway Drive in Lexington Park. The charge resulted in a guilty plea in St. Mary’s District Court on October 2, 2019, in a deal with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz with a sentence of five days in jail, all of which was suspended.
For the charges related to the Sunday afternoon shooting in Patuxent Park, of second degree assault, reckless endangerment, and access after statute were all dropped by Fritz as part of the deal, after the high-powered attorney from La Plata, Hammad Shaikh Matin entered his appearance in the case, forcing Fritz to have to put on a formidable case or take a dive – which he did on August 8, 2019. Bowman was murdered within a couple of blocks from where he and his pals threatened the resident complaining about their speeding.
On August 11, 2019, Antione Jamal Bowman, 20 of Lexington Park, MD was arrested by Tfc K. Bauer for FTA-Driving without a Required License and resulted in the charge being placed on the Stet Docket.
The shooter in the case of intimidating the Patuxent Park resident who complained about the rowdy speeders endangering children and families on the street, with cars parked on both sides, was later arrested and identified by police as Daitoine Vincent Payne, 18, of California. Payne was charged with first-degree assault, reckless endangerment, handgun possession and other criminal charges. Police believe Payne acted as the shooter in the incident.
After receiving a tip, troopers from the Leonardtown Barrack located Payne shortly after 8 p.m. last night at a residence in the 45,000 block of Coledorall Court in California. Payne was taken into custody without incident and transported to St. Mary’s County Detention Center where he is being held without bond.
On July 12, 2019, St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz dismissed all charges against Daitoine Payne in connection with threatening the resident of Patuxent Park that told these punks to slow down in his neighborhood – and actually firing a shot in the air. In this case, the big guns of the public defender’s office scared Fritz from doing his duty to take thugs off the street. The Big Gun Free-Attorney paid for by the taxpayers of Maryland was Johanna Edith Cimino.
CUT THIS BLAMED GPS BRACELET OFF ME!
St. Mary’s County Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that on August 9, 2020, St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Department Dep. Luffey responded to 46365 Columbus Drive Apt. #905, in Lexington Park, for the report of a pretrial individual removing their tracking device. Contact was made with Daitoine Vincent Payne, 19, (DOB 03/21/2001) who was on pretrial release for an assault charge instead of being incarcerated in the Hotel St. Mary’s. Cameron says it was determined Payne had removed his pretrial GPS monitoring device. Payne was arrested and charged with Escape 2nd Degree- Conditions of Release.
Court records show that on August 13, 2020, Payne was arrested once again for second-degree assault and malicious property destruction, from an incident that took place on August 8, 2020. Instead of being jailed, he was released on a summons due to the rules of the Maryland Judiciary Alice in Wonderland Court System.