BLOOD MONEY MURDER AT MGM NATIONAL HARBOR CASINO – Kidnapping, robbery, and cocaine errands in 2021 led to the conviction of DC crew, including “Pain” “Fat Det,” “Mup,” “Racks”- security fails at Maryland casino blasted by victim

BLOOD MONEY MURDER AT MGM CASINO

NATIONAL HARBOR, MD – Just one week after a $1.3 million jackpot was won at the Texas Hold’em at MGM Grand Casino at National Harbor, a carjacking and murder of a man took place in the parking lot of the casino located in Prince George’s County.

The showplace of the new PG County is highlighted this spring weekend with the traditional old PG County, that of murder, mayhem, rampant crime, and hooliganism.

Prince George’s County Police reported that the murder took place at 4:50 am in the 100 block of MGM National Avenue and that the victim was pronounced dead on the scene. Police say that the name of the victim will be released after the next of kin is notified. The police said that they have reason to believe the homicide took place following a dispute but provided no further details as to how they have come to that conclusion, though extensive security video footage should provide explicit evidence.

Robberies and murders have taken place at the Baltimore area casinos when criminals prey inside the casino to watch who wins and then stalk their victims to their vehicles, absent security in the garages and parking lots.

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“What an incredible moment for our guest to win this huge jackpot at MGM National Harbor,” said Alex Alvarado, vice president of casino operations. “As an entertainment destination, our mission is to provide a variety of options for guests to have an unforgettable experience — whether at a restaurant, a show, or in the casino. We’re thrilled that a local struck a big payday on one of our many table games that feature progressive jackpots.”

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Dareius Washington Receives Maximum Sentence for Felony First-Degree Assault

ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Anne Colt Leitess announced that Dareius Washington, 33, of Baltimore, was sentenced to 25 years of active incarceration for one count of felony first-degree assault.

The defendant entered a guilty plea on November 3, 2021

“This was truly a vicious attack. The defendant brutally assaulted the victim and then robbed him,” said State’s Attorney Anne Colt Leitess. “I hope that the victim is able to fully recover from these serious injuries and I am grateful that the defendant was held fully accountable and received the maximum sentence for his senseless crimes.”

Assistant State’s Attorney Jaymi Sterling prosecuted this case on behalf of the citizens of Anne Arundel County.

On May 8, 2021, Anne Arundel County police officers responded to the 7000 block of Arundel Mills Circle in Hanover for a report of an injured man who was unconscious. Upon arrival, the victim was located and transported to the University of Maryland Medical Center Shock Trauma.

During the investigation, detectives learned that the victim and defendant, later identified as Dareius Washington, were gambling at the nearby casino. Video surveillance showed the pair leaving the casino area together and walking toward the parking lot where they entered the victim’s vehicle. The victim entered the driver’s side of the car and the defendant got in the passenger side. Shortly thereafter, while in the victim’s car, video surveillance showed the defendant striking the victim multiple times with his fists, causing the victim to lose consciousness. The defendant then pushed the victim out of the vehicle and onto the parking lot. The defendant exited the victim’s car and went to the driver’s side of the car, and began stomping on the victim’s face and head. The defendant then went through the victim’s pockets and stole his wallet. The defendant left the victim on the ground and began walking back to the establishment. Thirty seconds later, the defendant returned to the parking lot and stomped on the victim’s head and face three more times. The victim sustained serious trauma to his skull and face and was transported to the nearby hospital. The defendant was subsequently located in the hotel lobby and arrested.

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