Sheriff’s “Most Wanted” - 2007 First Degree Murder Suspect Extradited
Sheriff’s Deputies extradited Elias Reyes back to Prince George’s County on September 12, 2016. Reyes who is from Hyattsville MD was wanted on an arrest warrant for First Degree Murder obtained by the County Police on December 6, 2007 and had been among the Office of the Sheriff Most Wanted Suspects.
The warrant states that on December 2, 2007 Reyes and a male roommate were in an apartment in the 8000 block of 15th Ave in Hyattsville, MD when they got into a fight. Reyes is alleged to have produced an edged weapon with which he struck the male victim in the body and face. The warrant further states that when the victim appeared lifeless, Reyes gathered his belongings and left the residence; the victim was pronounced dead on scene.
While in Durham, NC, Reyes was arrested on a trespassing charge and officers’ investigation revealed that he had an outstanding warrant for
First Degree Murder in Prince George’s County, MD. Deputies picked Reyes up from the Durham County Detention Center to transport him to the Prince George’s County Department of Corrections.
Reyes is also charged on an addition arrest warrant for Second Degree Assault on October 4, 2007.
First Degree Murder Suspect Arrested
Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Anthony Dickens of Washington D.C, who was wanted on an arrest warrant for First Degree Murder that was obtained by County Police on September 15, 2016.
According to the warrant, on September 13, 2015, Dickens and another man became involved in a
physical altercation in the 800 block of Southern Avenue in Oxon Hill, MD after which Dickens left the scene. After the altercation, Dickens is alleged to have returned to the location, exited his vehicle, produced a handgun and fired at the victim with whom he’d had the altercation, after which he again fled the scene. The warrant further states that the male victim was pronounced dead and that the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner ruled the manner of death a homicide by gunshot wound.
On September 14th, Deputies investigation revealed that Dickens had been transported by the U.S Marshal to the Federal Courthouse in Baltimore MD, where deputies exchanged custody for the outstanding Prince George’s County warrants and he was transported to the Upper Marlboro Department of Corrections.
Dickens is also charged with Second Degree Murder and Firearm use in a Felonious Violent Crime.
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