Murder in Brandywine linked to spare tire.
Capitol Heights nail techs buying/selling stolen Tide.
Restaurants closed due to storm, but why ther vermin?
Nail technicians at Star Nails in Capitol Heights took part in a Tide laundry detergent in that they knowingly purchased the detergent for resale in Vietnam stores. Some of the techs even diluted the Tide for higher resale gain. Is that what they do with the OPI nail lacquers too because mine always chips days too early? Nail technicians were caught with at least $6000 in stolen Tide. Also found were large quantities of razor blades and perfume fragrances. Police also raided homes and cars. Julie Parker, Prince George’s Police, said they made a lot of money selling to “the store back home.” Please see the video. Interviews with people in the salon when it was raided are hilarious. “Like ‘Nightmare on Elm Street'” HA!!
The Prince George’s County Police Department has arrested 57-year-old Francis Washington, Jr., for the murder of his 69-year-old cousin, Thomas Francis Washington, which took place in Brandywine. On July 12, around 4:32 p.m., officers responded to the 11100 block of Cross Road Trail for a shooting. Upon arrival, officers found the victim inside the home suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was pronounced dead on the scene. The suspect was on scene and taken into custody. The investigation revealed the incident stemmed from a domestic-related dispute over a spare tire.
Francis Washington, Jr. was arrested and charged with first degree murder. He has been remanded to the Department of Corrections on a no bond status. Let’s all just do a collective blank stare at this one. A spare tire. You killed your cousin over a spare tire.
From WUSA9, refrigerators crippled by power outages from the June 30th storm contributed to most of 17 restaurant health suspensions over the past two weeks according to area officials. I’m sure that’s the “official” word but I’m sure some of these places are just nasty on a regular.
Prince George’s County health official inspectors suspended and temporarily closed the following restaurants for food safety violations:
Fort Washington: Szechuan Delight, Fort Washington, MD, 20744, 740 Cady Dr. operating without electricity and refrigeration
Landover: Bestway Snacks Landover, Md, 20785, 3838 Ironwood Place, vermin infestation
Mitchellville: House of Chang, Mitchellville, MD, 64 Watkins Park Dr, operating without electricity and no hot water
New Carrollton: Periyar Groceries New Carrollton, MD, 20784, 7453 Annapolis Rd., operating without electricity and refrigeration
Oxon Hill: Yums Carryout III, Oxon Hill, Maryland, 20745, 5225 Indian Head Hwy, operating without electricity and refrigeration; Eastover Deli, Oxon Hill, MD, 20774, 4911 Indian Head Hwy, operating without electricity and refrigeration; Panda Café, Oxon Hill, MD, 20744, 119 Indian Head Hwy, operating without electricity and refrigeration