GHETTO DAYS IN WALDORF: Charles Cops Nab Four Fools in Armed Carjacking; Milburn Got Easy Plea Deal from Fritz; Keyon Micah Jasey was sentenced to the slammer for 15 years

UPDATE: Keyon Micah Jasey was sentenced to the slammer for 15 years of socializing with dirtbags worse than him!

Charles County States Attorney Anthony Covington.

LA PLATA, MD—Tony Covington, State’s Attorney for Charles County, announced that on Friday, March 24, 2023, Charles County Circuit Court Judge William R. Greer Jr. sentenced Keyon Micah Jasey, 21, to 15 years in prison for Armed Carjacking and Use of a Firearm during the Commission of a Violent Crime. Jasey entered a guilty plea to the aforementioned charges on February 10, 2023.

The Crime

On May 13, 2022, the victim reported to officers that he was carjacked at gunpoint. An investigation revealed that the victim was parked in his white 2017 Corolla at the Pinefield Shopping Center in Waldorf when four suspects approached him. One of the suspects, later determined to be Jasey, pointed a handgun at the victim through his open driver’s door window and threatened that he would kill the victim if he did not step out of the vehicle. After the victim was forced out of his vehicle, the four suspects entered and fled the area.

Officers later located and attempted to stop the vehicle at the intersection of Mattawoman Beantown Road and Leonardtown Road. However, the suspects continued to flee until they came to a rest on Mt. Claire Place in Waldorf. The suspects exited the vehicle and ran from the officers. Three of the four suspects were apprehended on the scene, including co-defendant Marquese Dayequan Milburn. Jasey was initially able to escape. An officer patrolling the area of Pinefield neighborhood observed Jasey matching the description of the suspect who escaped; he was later identified as the escaped suspect involved in the carjacking.


On October 21, 2022, co-defendant Marquese Milburn was sentenced to 13 years, with all but 7 years suspended, in prison for Armed Carjacking. Upon release, Milburn will be on supervised probation for a period of five years.

The other two co-defendants involved in the incident are juveniles.


Count 1

  • Armed Carjacking
  • 15 years in prison

Count 2

  • Use of a Firearm during the Commission of a Violent Crime
  • 15 years in prison, Concurrent to Count 1

WALDORF, MD – A gang of armed miscreants allegedly struck in broad daylight to take a vehicle away from a motorist at a location in the middle of the trending Ghetto of Waldorf, where crime flourishes around the clock and simpleton Judges often let gunmen who are captured out of jail without requiring a bond.

Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry in front of Sheriff’s Headquarters. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY photo

Charles County Sheriff Troy Berry reports that on May 13, 2022, at 10:30 a.m., officers responded to the 2100 block of Crain Highway in Waldorf for the report of a carjacking that just occurred.

Police say that the victim was entering his car when four males approached, displayed a handgun, and ordered the victim out of the car, the victim complied, and the gang of mental midgets fled in the vehicle.


Police dispatchers broadcast a lookout, and a detective, who was nearby, observed the car and attempted to initiate a traffic stop.

Sheriff Berry said that the suspects continued to the area of Mt. Claire Place in Waldorf, where the driver hit a curb, disabling the car.

All four suspects fled on foot. Officers and a police K9 team established a perimeter and located three suspects initially. They recovered a loaded firearm that was tossed by a suspect as he was fleeing. The fourth suspect was later located by a detective in a neighborhood.

Officers recovered another handgun belonging to a suspect inside the victim’s car. Marquese Dayequan Milburn, 21, (DOB 12/29/2000) that court records reveal he lives at 22017 St. Gabriel Circle in Lexington Park, Md.; Keyon Jasey, 20, of New Jersey; a 16-year-old male (charged as an adult); and a 15-year-old male (charged as a juvenile) were charged with armed carjacking, robbery, first-degree assault, possession of a firearm, illegally transporting a firearm, and other related charges. The victim was not injured in this case.

On May 16, 2022, Anne Arundel District Court Judge Robert C. Wilcox ordered three of the suspects to be held without bond at the Charles County Detention Center. The 15-year-old male is being held at a juvenile facility. Detective Logsdon charged Milburn and Jasey and is continuing the investigation.    

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Milburn was indicted in St. Mary’s Circuit Court by the Grand Jury on a charge of having a loaded handgun on his person. In a plea deal with St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz, Milburn entered a guilty plea and was sentenced to 18 months in the Hotel St. Mary’s and avoided being sent to the Maryland Prison system. Fritz also allowed the sentence to be suspended to 142 days in jail. As a result of the armed carjacking, the case has been reopened, and all of his previously suspended sentences may be applied to whatever takes place in the new trial.

 One of Milburn’s attorneys in the St. Mary’s gun conviction, Robin Ficker, a candidate for Governor, was recently disbarred and Fritz’s top prosecutor, Deputy States Attorney Daniel White, is the subject of a federal lawsuit alleging he stole millions of dollars from Compass Marketing. An arrest warrant has been issued for Milburn for violation of the terms of his probation. Milburn has a court hearing set on June 14, 2022, in Charles County District Court before the very lenient District Court Judge Andrea R. S. Watkins who often lets suspects nabbed with guns and drugs free from jail without any bond required.  


Milburn may have gotten older, but he sure hasn’t gotten any smarter since his 2019 arrest by St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Department Deputy David Lawrence.

St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that on Dec. 27, 2019, Deputy Lawrence responded to the 46400 block of Franklin Road in Lexington Park for the report of a burglary. Deputy Lawrence made contact with two subjects in the area for detainment. Marquese Dayequan Milburn, 19, of Lexington Park, said an unknown person handed him a pistol while walking through the Patuxent Park neighborhood. A search of the area located a loaded .22 caliber revolver in a yard where Milburn was observed walking. A search of Milburn located 13 loose rounds of .22 ammunition, reports Cameron. Milburn was arrested and transported to the St. Mary’s County Jail, where he was charged with Possession of a Firearm/Minor, a Handgun on a Person, and a Loaded Handgun on a Person.

Court records show that St. Mary’s Sheriff’s Department Deputy Joseph Bowling arrested Keyon Micah Jasey of 45514 Kilbeggan Court in California, Maryland on theft charges on December 2, 2021. Court and police records also report that Jasey is from New Jersey as well.  Jasey was set loose by District Court Judicial Officer Lisa Ridge on an unsecured bond based on his personal assurance on May 5, 2022, after a warrant was served on him on April 18, 2022.  

Jasey was apprehended at a police raid on a hideout on June 15, 2021, on Columbus Drive in Lexington Park, along with drug dealing suspect Joseph Daren Brooks Jr. Deputies pursued Brooks and took him into custody. Police say that located in the waistband of Brooks’ jeans was a loaded handgun. Brooks was also found to be in possession of a digital scale, and suspected of marijuana. Brooks was uncooperative with officers on the scene and resisted arrest by attempting to exit the police vehicle. Brooks was charged with the following:

Joseph Daren Brooks Jr. was found with a gun and drugs scales on Columbus Drive Lexington Park during a raid.
  • Possession of a Firearm/Minor
  • Handgun on Person
  • Loaded Handgun on Person
  • Resist/Interfere with Arrest

Three others were nabbed in the raid on a variety of charges.  Both Milburn and Jasey are small in stature and better hope they avoid time in prison where they will undoubtedly become crowd-pleasers for career inmates.


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