VIOLENCE IN CHARLES COUNTY: Threats and lookalike guns pose dangers and disruption to education as heathens rear their ugly heads; kid carrying groceries shot by random ghetto fire; jogger fought back at mugger

VIOLENCE IN CHARLES COUNTY: Threats and lookalike guns pose dangers and disruption to education as heathens rear their ugly heads; kid carrying groceries shot by random ghetto fire; jogger fought back at mugger

WALDORF, MD – The criminal class of Charles County is rapidly rearing another generation of evildoers to follow in their footsteps. Recent incidents reported by Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry are as follows:

SHOOT IT UP! School Resource Officer Investigating Threat of Mass Violence:


WALDORF, MD – On January 31, 2022, at 2:55 p.m., a school resource officer at Mattawoman Middle School, located in the 10100 block of Berry Road in Waldorf, was made aware of a threat in which a student said he was going to bring a gun to school and “shoot it up.”

The resource officer initiated an investigation, conducted a home visit, and discussed the incident with the student’s parent. The case will be presented to the Charles County State’s Attorney’s Office.

Sheriff Berry is reminding parents to talk with their children about making threats of violence and the consequences of doing so.

Anyone with additional information about this case is asked to call Officer Curtis at 301-932-2222 or the Charles County Public Schools tip line at 301-302-8305.

SHOW & TELL: School Resource Officer Recovers Replica Handgun from Student at St Charles High School:

When the real thing isn’t available, just bring in a replica. Sheriff Berry reports that on January 31, a student at St Charles High School located in the 5300 block of Piney Church Road in Waldorf, showed several students what appeared to be a handgun while inside the school. Another student alerted school staff who recovered a BB gun, which resembled a real handgun. The school resource officer, along with school administrators, will complete an investigation.

The matter is being handled administratively by the Charles County Public Schools. The Sheriff’s Office is fully committed to the safety and well-being of students and school staff and is reminding parents to talk with their children about bringing weapons or items that look like weapons to school and the dangers and possible consequences of these actions. Anyone with additional information is asked to call Cpl. Thompson at 301-932-2222. Tipsters who want to remain anonymous but provide information about threats or criminal activity at schools may contact the confidential tip line at CCPS at 301-302-8305.

CAT FIGHT: School Resource Officer Investigating Assault at Matthew Henson Middle School:

INDIAN HEAD, MD – Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry reports that on January 31, 2002, at 3 p.m., during the school’s afternoon dismissal, a school resource officer responded to the report of an assault involving two 8th grade students at Matthew Henson Middle School in the 3500 block of Livingston Road in Indian Head.

When the officer arrived, school staff had already intervened; however, one female student was on the ground, unconscious with visible injuries from being repeatedly kicked in her head.

The victim was transported to a hospital. The other student, a 13-year-old female, was arrested on-site and charged with first-degree assault, second-degree assault, and reckless endangerment. The school resource officer is working with school administrators and the investigation is ongoing.

 The Charles County Sheriff’s Office is reminding parents to talk with their children about any concerns they have and to seek help from appropriate resources. Anyone with additional information about this case is asked to call PFC Ondrish at 301-932-2222 or the CCPS tip line at 301-302-8305.

KID HIT BY RANDOM GHETTO FIRE: Detectives Investigating Shooting Case Involving Youth / Crime Solvers Offering Cash Reward:

WALDORF, MD – On January 28, 2022, at 9:50 p.m., officers responded to Charles Regional Medical Center after being advised a 9-year-old male was in the emergency room with what appeared to be a gunshot wound to his leg.

A preliminary investigation showed the victim, and another youth were carrying groceries up to an apartment in the 2000 block of Amber Leaf Place in Waldorf when someone in the parking lot fired rounds from a small caliber gun or pellet gun, striking the victim in his leg.

 The victim told a parent what happened, and they drove him to the hospital. His injuries are not life threatening. Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Bringley at 301-609-6499. 

SHOW & TELL : Airsoft Replica Handgun Recovered at High School:

WALDORF, MD. – On January 28, 2022, at 11:40 a.m., a student at North Point High School showed several students what appeared to be a handgun while inside the school.

Another student alerted school staff who recovered an airsoft replica handgun from the student’s locker. The school resource officer, along with school administrators, will complete an investigation.

The matter is being handled administratively by the Charles County Public Schools.

The Sheriff’s Office is fully committed to the safety and well-being of students and school staff and is reminding parents to talk with their children about bringing inappropriate items to school and the dangers and possible consequences of these actions. Anyone with additional information is asked to call PFC Joffe at 301-932-2222.

Tipsters who want to remain anonymous but provide information about threats or criminal activity at schools may contact the confidential tip line at CCPS at 301-302-8305.

WHEN A GUN ISN’T HANDY, JUST SLICE AND DICE

Second-Degree Assault / Weapon on School Grounds:

WALDORF, MD. – Sheriff Troy Berry reports that on January 25, 2022, at 7:34 a.m., a school resource officer and school administrators were made aware of an altercation at Thomas Stone High School.

A preliminary investigation showed two students were in a hallway engaged in a verbal altercation when one of them produced a knife, which he had in his pocket.

The other student ran toward a door, but the suspect continued toward him and struck him with his fist. There were no serious injuries. The suspect fled but was quickly located and the knife was recovered in a nearby restroom.

The student was charged as a juvenile with assault and released to a parent. Anyone with additional information is asked to call PFC L. Payne at 301-609-3282 or the CCPS tip line at 301-302-8305.

GUN-TOTING ALLEGED DRUG DEALER LET LOOSE ON CHEAP BAIL WITHIN HOURS:
Patrol Officers Locate Replica Firearm and Drugs in Car at St. Charles Mall:

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WALDORF, MD. – According to Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry, on January 28, 2022, at 1:30 a.m., officers observed a vehicle parked near the entrance to a store on Mall Circle and the driver appeared to be asleep or unconscious.

WAKE UP, SLEEPY HEAD, YOU ARE MISSING OUT ON SALES

As officers investigated, they were able to wake the driver up. Upon further investigation, officers detected a strong odor of marijuana from inside the vehicle.

  • They also observed a gun, which turned out to be a replica handgun, near the driver’s feet. Suspected marijuana,
  • numerous capsules of suspected methamphetamine,
  • baggies,
  • a scale,
  • and drug paraphernalia were also recovered.

Lamar Foxx Keene, 44, (DOB 01/08/1978) of 4004 Night Heron Court, Waldorf, was arrested and charged with possession with intent to distribute drugs, possession of narcotics, and alcohol violations.

Keene was released from the detention center several hours later by a district court commissioner after posting 10% of a $3,500 bond.

Keene’s trip to court on DWI ended in sweet plea deal with no time

A DWI arrest on June 16, 2019, resulted in a plea deal administered by Charles County States Attorney Anthony Covington on September 5, 2019, when Keene pleaded guilty, and his entire sentence was suspended indicating that he tipped off the prosecutors to some chump drug dealer in the hood. Attorney Allan Steinhorn of Laurel, Md, was the mouthpiece for Keene.

IDENTIFIED AS THE GUY WHO LIKES TO BEAT UP WOMEN AND STEAL THEIR STUFF

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Patrol Officers Apprehend Suspect That Assaulted Woman During Attempted Robbery:

WALDORF, MD – This item is for the women who believe that they are equal and have rights. Women are only as equal as their weapon makes them.

Sheriff Berry reports that on January 28 at 7:50 a.m., officers received a call for the report of an attempted robbery and assault that just occurred. The victim indicated she was jogging on Berry Road near Ironwood Drive in Waldorf when a male approached her and demanded her cell phone. The man then struck the victim with a heavy book bag he was carrying.

 The suspect attempted to assault the woman again, but she fought back and was able to get away from him.

 If she had concealed carry, she could have rid the earth of this pestilence.

Police say that she flagged down a passing motorist who drove her home and she notified police.

 The victim gave a detailed description of the man who attacked her. Officers canvassed the area, located the suspect, and arrested him after he attempted to flee on foot. A large wooden block was found inside his bag.

Amir Dontae Hopkins, 24, (DOB 02/14/1997) of 2505 Legation Place, Waldorf, Md, was charged by Charles County Officer H. Ptack with felony armed robbery, attempted theft, attempted robbery, and assault. On January 31, 2022, a judge ordered Hopkins be held at the detention center without bond. Hopkins will sit in the slammer until a preliminary hearing on February 25, 2022, in Charles County District Court.

Hopkins awaits charges from theft and assault

Hopkins was charged by Charles County Officer Leonard Richardson with four counts of theft, assault, malicious property destruction, and disorderly conduct on December 7, 2021, and his bond was posted by Monica Shae Hopkins, allowing him to be free pending trial on April 6, 2022. The taxpayers of Maryland are providing this alleged dirtbag with a free attorney.

Domestic Violence

 Hopkins was ordered by a District Court Judge to keep away from a domestic violence victim on November 12, 2021, and the order was dismissed when the victim failed to appear in court for a final order.

THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY – ALL CRIME, ALL THE TIME

VIOLENCE IN CHARLES COUNTY: Threats and lookalike guns pose dangers and disruption to education as heathens rear their ugly heads; kid carrying groceries shot by random ghetto fire; jogger fought back at mugger

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