Two people died in Prince George’s County over the weekend. One was a pedestrian struck killed the driver of an SUV in Adelphi. The other was a D.C. resident fatally shot in Camp Springs. Those stories, plus more in today’s Prince George’s News Roundup.
Fatal collision occurred at University Boulevard and West Park Drive in Adelphi.
Washington Post: One man dead after double shooting in Prince George’s
“Prince George’s County police went to the 6200 block of Maxwell Drive in Camp Springs, Md., at about 12:50 a.m. after receiving a report of a shooting. When they arrived, police said, they found two men, both with gunshot wounds to the upper body, in the parking lot of an apartment complex.”
“Flood waters blocked all lanes on US-50 between Kenilworth Avenue and Columbia Park Road in Cheverly, Maryland, for a few hours Sunday night.”
“A month earlier, Gbohoutou, a recently married asylum seeker from the Central African Republic, had gone to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement appointment in Baltimore hoping to get a work permit. Instead, the New Carrollton resident was detained in front of his American wife and told he was being deported.”
WTTG: Maryland state GOP Senate candidate under scrutiny for campaigning at fallen firefighter’s memorial service
“Flyers for Republican candidate Roussan “Rou” Etienne Jr. were found on the cars of mourning attendees after the service for Rescue Captain Pat Osborn”
“One of three students banned from graduation because of a counselor’s oversight, has now retained a lawyer and is gearing up to sue the Prince George’s County school district.”