Thursday, June 12, 2014

Sheriff’s Deputies Arrest 2 Brothers Closing 5 Warrants

Upper Marlboro, MD… The Sheriff’s Warrant/Fugitive Division reported the arrests of Delondre Mason and Tyrico Mason last week on separate arrest warrants for First Degree Assault that were obtained by County Police on May 2nd and May 27th 2014.

According to the warrant for Delondre Mason, he is alleged to have assaulted a female victim at a residence in the 11000 block of Twin Lakes Drive in Beltsville, MD on several occasions between September and October 2013. The warrant further states that during one incident the victim held a small child as Delondre Mason retrieved and fired a long rifle styled pellet gun striking the victim in her back. Delondre Mason also allegedly struck the victim in the back of the head with a glass bottle and caused $2,081.00 in property damage to the victim’s belongings.

Deputies’ investigating Mason’s whereabouts located him at his residence in the 11000 block of Gordon Ave. in Beltsville, MD where he was found hiding in a crawl space. He was taken into custody without incident.

Mason’s arrest closes 3 additional warrants for Assault First Degree, Failure to Appear on a Theft $1,000 Less Than $10,000 charge and Failure to Appear on a Driving While Revoked charge.  

After taking Delondre Mason into custody Sheriff’s Deputies on another Warrant/ Fugitive team recognized the name as that of a First Degree Assault Warrant Suspect it had been pursuing who turned out to be Mason’s younger brother Tyrico Mason.

The warrant for Tyrico Mason states that in April 2014, he allegedly assaulted two male victims after they witnessed him knocking on residential doors and intentionally running away in the area of Dickinson Ave, and Norwich Rd, in College Park, MD.

After an investigation, Deputies located and arrested Tyrico Mason at an address in the 4000 block of Powder Mill Rd. in Beltsville, MD. He was also charged with 2 counts of Assault Second Degree.

Both suspects were transported to District I Police station for processing.

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


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