Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Sheriff’s Deputies Extradite 1989 Murder Suspect Captured in Georgia

Upper Marlboro, MD, The Sheriff’s Office said Sheriff’s Deputies extradited Wayne Gileours, the suspect in a 1989 homicide in Landover, MD who was arrested by Georgia State Patrol (GSP) officers on October 16th.  Gileours was wanted on a warrant obtained by the County Police Criminal Investigation Division (CID) on May 23, 1989. 

According to the warrant, Gileours allegedly committed a homicide by gun in the 1100 block of Nalley Road in Landover, MD.

In early October, the Sheriff’s Office was notified by the Georgia State Patrol that Gileours had been stopped on a traffic violation, during which Gileours provided fraudulent ID. Gileours was later positively identified by a mobile fingerprint scanner. Confirmation of his identity and a National Information Center (NCIC) records check led to the determination that he was wanted on an outstanding First Degree Murder warrant through the Pince George’s County Sheriff’s Office.

On October 31st, Deputies from the Warrant and Fugitive Division extradited Gileours from Georgia to Prince George’s County Maryland. He was transported to CID detectives at County Police Headquarters.

For more information contact the Communications and Public Affairs Division at 301-780-7354.


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