Prince George’s County Police have arrested a suspect in the murder of 20-year-old Glenn Dale resident Hosheya Smith. 23-year old Mount Rainier resident Nathaniel Thompson, Jr., who lived in a detached single-family home in the 4000 block of 37th Street, was arrested and charged with Smith’s murder, county police said in a July 24, 2019 announcement. Mount Rainier police said on Facebook Thompson was arrested July 23, 2019. County police said the shooting occurred during an attempted sale of unspecified illicit substances. Smith was fatally shot on the evening of July 10, 2019 near the intersection of 37th and Shepherd streets in Mount Rainier.
Required Reading is a simple, daily roundup of news coverage relevant to Prince George’s County and its Route 1 communities. In our Jan. 10, 2019, edition: Prince George’s County sees fourth homicide of the year; A tire store closes in the heart of rapidly redeveloping downtown Hyattsville, plus more stories below:
Prince George’s County marks 4th homicide this year- The Washington Post
Tire Place shuts down for good – The Hyattsville Life & Times
DC woman wins thousands at MGM, and loses it all over casino typo – WTTG
Judge rules man accused of burning Bowie city cars can’t stand trial -Capital Gazette
Baltimore’s Horseshoe Casino posts only revenue decline among Maryland casinos in December – Baltimore Business Journal
Education funding, minimum wage at forefront of 2019 Maryland legislative session -The Washington Informer