Prince George's Headlines: College Park Rocked by Shooting, Deputy Sheriff Shoots Burglar
The biggest news stories around Prince George's County for the week of Feb. 10.
Graduate student Dayvon Maurice Green took his life after firing on his roommates, killing one.
Two other stories related to the College Park murder-suicide:
Sources described a likable engineering student with a strong academic record—and a mental illness.
Stephen Alex Rane, 22, died suddenly on February 12, 2013, in College Park, Maryland.
Michael Abobor, 38, pleaded guilty to wire fraud connected to a mortgage scheme that caused more than $2 million in losses.
Officers with the Laurel Police Department will soon be wearing on-body cameras while on duty. The devices—which can attach to different parts of an officer's uniform or be worn with a headband—are designed to track police activity for investigations and disputes over an officer's conduct.
Authorities say an Alexandria, VA deputy sheriff who lives in Fort Washington shot a burglary suspect to death Tuesday night inside his home. According to police, when the deputy returned to his residence at around 10:50 p.m., he went inside and was reportedly confronted by the suspect.
Greenbelt residents Anisha Wilson, 21, and Gary Jenkins, 21, are being charged with multiple counts of theft for stealing packages from homes.
Greenbelt police are investigating an early morning armed carjacking off Cherrywood Lane and several other crimes reported between Feb. 1 and Feb. 7.