CRIME AND DECLINE: Nathan Allen Nabbed with Loaded Gun in Crime Town

ANOTHER OF L.P. CITY’S YOUNG GUNS!

LEXINGTON PARK, MD. –  Okay, the cops caught the alleged hood with a loaded gun in a vehicle in the Crime Town of Lexington Park and California, Md., and took his derriere to the slammer where he was promptly set loose to return to battle.  

So, it goes in St. Mary’s County where the Alice in Wonderland Maryland Judiciary operates just like New York and allows dangerous criminals to run loose among the populace and their fellow heathens and thugs.

St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that on September 8, 2020, at approximately 3:00 p.m. Deputy Fenwick responded to the 45100 block of First Colony Way in California, for the report of an individual in a vehicle with a handgun.

The operator of the vehicle, later identified to be Nathan Javon Allen, 19, (DOB 07/06/2001) of 21428 Manon Way, Lexington Park, Maryland, reportedly attempted to flee the scene and demonstrating his lack of skill at driving, struck a vehicle on First Colony Way.

Allen was apprehended and Sheriff Cameron says a loaded handgun was found in the vehicle. Allen was charged with possession of a handgun in a vehicle.

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Allen was transported to the St. Mary’s County Jail in Leonardtown and has since been released on an unsecured bond of $1,500.  The hapless taxpayers of Maryland will be providing a free attorney for Allen unless he opts to use some nefarious funds to pay for the Gunslinger Attorney Kevin J. McDevitt.

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 Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Department Deputy John Fenwick at (301) 475-4200 extension 78140 or by email at John.Fenwick@stmarysmd.com.

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