O’CONNOR WAS RIGHT TO UTILIZE EMPTY SHERIFF BUILDING ON GREAT MILLS ROAD – DIRECTLY ACROSS FROM MURDER AT CANOPY LIQUORS
O’CONNOR: “Saturate the area with officers!”
Cameron continued with his clown show…
MURDER USA: MALCOLM YOUNG, of Forestville, charged with first-degree murder of Anthony Charles Wright in slaying across from Sheriff’s Great Mills Road Station
UPDATE: Deputies identified the suspect as Malcolm Carl Young, 46, of Forestville. Young was quickly taken into custody and transported to the St. Mary’s County Jail in Leonardtown and charged with the following in the death of Anthony Charles Wright, 53, of Great Mills.
- Murder First and Second Degree
- Assault First and Second Degree
- Handgun/Loaded Handgun on Person
- Firearm-Possession Crime of Violence with Felony Conviction
- CDS: Possession of Firearms
Sheriff Tim Cameron reports that Young remains incarcerated in the St. Mary’s County Jail where he is awaiting an appearance before the District Court Commissioner who will determine if he remains behind bars or can be set free by posting a cheap bond.
Will the Great Mills Road crew hold a Gofundme for Anthony Charles Wright’s funeral?
ST. MARY’S SHERIFF TIM CAMERON REPORTED: Resisting Arrest/Trespassing- On January 1, 2019, Cpl. Beishline observed Anthony Charles Wright, 49, of Lexington Park, in the 21800 block of N. Shangri la Drive in Lexington Park, loitering at a closed business with an open container of alcohol. Wright also has a notice to trespass issued for the business and shopping center and had an outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear. Wright refused to follow commands and stop for Cpl. Beishline, and when he was notified he was under arrest, Wright tensed up, refused to be handcuffed, and knocked him and Cpl. Beishline into a glass window. Wright began yelling, and causing a commotion in the shopping center. Wright was ultimately placed under arrest and charged with Trespassing, Disorderly Conduct, Resist/Interfere with Arrest, and served the outstanding warrant for Failure to Appear
The most recent criminal charge against Wright was dropped by St. Mary’s States Attorney Richard Fritz in District Court on Nov. 2, 2021
Event Type Event Date Event Time Court Location Court Room Result
Hearing – Bail/ Bond Review 05/19/2021 13:00:00 St. Marys District Court Courtroom 1 Concluded / Held
Trial – Officer Scheduling 08/05/2021 09:00:00 St. Marys District Court Courtroom 2 Postponed
Trial – Officer Scheduling 11/02/2021 10:30:00 St. Marys District Court Courtroom 2 Concluded / Held
Charge Description: ASSAULT-SEC DEGREE, Charge Class: Misdemeanor
, Probable Cause: YES
Offense Date 05/17/2021
Agency Name: Officer ID:
Plea: Other Plea, Plea Date:11/02/2021
Disposition: Stet, Disposition Date:11/02/2021
Viewer discretion is advised due to the trash mouths of the bozos in this video.
LEXINGTON PARK, MD. – As gunfire rang out at Canopy Liquors on Great Mills Road, directly across the street from the new St. Mary’s Sheriff’s six million secure restroom facility, a man, still not identified by St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron, was shot dead. The first cops on the scene didn’t come from the Sheriff’s building but were Maryland State Troopers who answered the 911 call.
The Sheriff maintains a Lexington Park Cops unit which has a Twitter account claims to have 24 live tweeting of cop news. However, the screenshot below shows that the last time a living deputy added something to the Twitter feed was in 2019.
Cameron said that on August 9, 2022, at 5:52 p.m., deputies from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office responded to the Canopy Liquors on Great Mills Road in Lexington Park for the reported shooting. Deputies arrived on the scene and located a male victim, age 53 of Great Mills, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Lifesaving measures were attempted, and the victim was transported to an area hospital, where he was pronounced deceased.