Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Warrant/Fugitive Division Felony Arrest Report #PGSO

Upper Marlboro, MD…The Sheriff’s Office Warrant/Fugitive Division reported the following felony arrests:

Attempted First Degree Murder Suspect Extradited

Sheriff’s deputies extradited Theodore Brown to Prince George’s County, MD on November 4th from the Prince William County Detention Center located in Manassas, Virginia. Brown, who is from Clinton, Maryland, was wanted on an arrest warrant for Attempted First Degree Murder issued by the District court of Prince George's County on October 21, 2015.

According to the warrant, on October 21, in the 9000 block of East Hampton Drive in Capitol Heights, Md., Brown approached a couple while sitting in a parking lot. Upon arrival, Brown is alleged to have pointed a handgun at the victim and fired, striking one of the victims’ in the neck, after which he fled the scene.
The warrant indicates that one of the victims was known to Brown.

Brown is also charged with Attempted Second Degree Murder (2x), First and Second Degree Assault (2x), and Firearm Use/Felony Violent Crime.
First Degree Burglary Suspect Arrested
Sheriff’s deputies arrested Jacob Jackson of Upper Marlboro, MD who was wanted on an arrest warrant for First Degree Burglary obtained by County Police on August 27, 2015. According to the warrant, on July 24th, Jackson was in the 4000 block of Natahala Drive in Temple Hills, MD, where he allegedly broke into a victim’s house by kicking in the basement door. Multiple items were reported stolen from the house including several items of electronics and numerous pieces of jewelry valued at approximately $7,000.

Deputies’ made several attempts to locate Jackson; on November 4th, Sheriff’s deputies located Jackson in the 8000 block of Greenbelt Road in Greenbelt, MD. Jackson answered the door, cooperated and was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Prince George’s County Department of Corrections (DOC) for processing.

Jackson is also charged Theft 1,000 to under 10,000.

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