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Monday, April 8, 2013

2006 Attempt First Degree Murder Suspect Arrested in Joint Warrant Operation

Upper Marlboro, MD… Upper Marlboro, MD…The Prince George’s Warrant Operations Division in partnership with Maryland State Police (MSP) reported the arrest on April 2, 2013 of Fredy Felipe who was wanted for Attempt First Degree Murder on a warrant issued by the County Police on February 1, 2006.
According to the warrant, on February 1, 2006, Fredy Felipe stabbed another man multiple times about the body and fled. The incident occurred in the 8100 block of 15th Ave., in Hyattsville, MD. At the time of the investigation, warrant squad deputies seeking Felipe received information that Felipe had moved back to Guatemala. Preparatory investigations for the warrant operation revealed a new address for Felipe, also in Hyattsville, where he was apprehended without incident.
The arrest of Felipe occurred during a countywide joint warrant operation that was primarily focused on Driving-Related and Driving Under the Influence (DUI) warrants. The joint operation attempted service at 160 locations in twenty-nine county communities that resulted in thirty-one arrests, to close 37 warrants; twenty-five of the arrests were Driving –Related or DUI.  The additional single arrests were for Drug Possession, Theft, a Writ of Body Attachment, Malicious Destruction of Property and a Sex Offense.
Lt. Roland Butler, Commander of the Maryland State Police Forestville Barracks said, “This was an extensive countywide operation. The benefit of joint operations is clearly visible; the results ultimately make Prince George’s County safer for every citizen. We are pleased to work with the Sheriff and to provide resource support whenever possible.”
“The additional support from MSP adds enormous capacity to this kind of operation. It is a great working relationship that we value, “said Chief Assistant Sheriff Darrin Palmer.
For more information contact the Prince George’s County Sheriff’s Press Information Office at 301-780-2773.

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