Wednesday, July 15, 2020


Robbery Suspects

We are starting Wanted Wednesday this week with an armed robbery investigation. Detectives are working to identify and arrest these three suspects wanted for robbing two victims on July 8th at approximately 7:00 am. The robberies took place in the area of the 3200 block of Naylor Road. All three suspects were armed with guns. If you have information that could help us arrest these suspects, please call 1-866-411-TIPS or 301-749-5064. We are offering a cash reward. Please refer to case number 20-0032411.

Theft Suspect

Up next, a theft at a convenience store. The preliminary investigation revealed this pictured suspect walked behind the counter and stole multiple packs of cigarettes. This occurred at a store in the 3700 block of Branch Avenue on June 2nd. If you have info, please call 301-749-5064 or 1-866-411-TIPS. Refer to case 20-0026773.

Burglary Suspect

This suspect is wanted for breaking into a home in Temple Hills. The preliminary investigation reveals he broke into the home on Iverson Street and attempted to steal an item. If you have info on his identity, please call 1-866-411-TIPS or 301-749-5064 and refer to case number 20-0033191.

Assault Suspect

This suspect is wanted for an assault of a convenience store employee in Temple Hills. The assault took place on May 23rd. The preliminary investigation revealed the suspect stood in the doorway and pepper sprayed a store employee. If you recognize this suspect, please call 301-749-5064 or 1-866-411-TIPS. Refer to case number 20-0025133.

Burglary Suspect

And finally, we are asking for the community’s assistance with a burglary at a restaurant in Capitol Heights. This suspect broke into the business in the 7900 block of Central Avenue on July 7th at approximately 4:30 am. The suspect stole money. Please call 301-749-5064 or 1-866-411-TIPS with info. Please refer to case 20-0032285. A cash reward is being offered.

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Detectives Charge Mother in Connection with Infant Son’s Death in Upper Marlboro

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Detectives with our Homicide Unit have charged a mother in connection with the death of her seven-month-old son. The mother is 34-year-old Shannon Renee Thompson of Cambleton Court. The deceased infant is Majesty Thompson.

On June 17th, at approximately 6:10 pm, patrol officers responded to the family’s home for a welfare check. Unfortunately, the baby was located in the home unresponsive and was pronounced dead a short time later.

The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner initiated an autopsy and the baby’s manner of death was ruled a homicide. The mother has admitted to suffocating the infant. She is charged with first and second degree murder and related charges. She is currently in custody of the Department of Corrections.

Anyone with information on this case is asked to call 301-516-2512. Callers wishing to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), or go online at, or use the “P3 Tips” mobile app (search “P3 Tips” in the Apple Store or Google Play to download the app onto your mobile device.) Please refer to case 20-0029109.

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Detectives Someten Cargos Contra Mujer en Conexión a Muerte de Su Infante en Upper Marlboro

Detectives de nuestra Unidad de Homicidios acusaron a una mujer en conexión a la muerte de su hijo de 7 meses de edad. La madre fue identificada como Shannon Renee Thompson, de 34 años de edad y vecina de Cambleton Court. El fenecido infante era Majesty Thompson.

El 17 de junio, a eso de las 6:10 de la tarde, nuestros oficiales de patrulla acudieron a la casa de la familia para llevar a cabo un chequeo de bienestar. Desafortunadamente, estos hallaron al bebé sin señales de vida y se le declaró muerto poco después.

La Oficina del Médico Examinador de Ciencias Forenses inició una autopsia que determinó que en efecto la muerte se trataba de un homicidio. La madre admitió haber asfixiado al infante. Esta enfrenta cargos por asesinato en primer y segundo grado, entre otros. Se encuentra bajo la custodia del Departamento de Corrección.

Pedimos que quien tenga información sobre este caso llame al 301-516-2512. Quienes deseen permanecer anónimos pueden llamar a Crime Solvers al 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), o ir en línea a, o utilizar la aplicación móvil “P3 Tips” (busque “P3 Tips en el Apple Store o en Google Play para bajar la aplicación a su móvil). Por favor refiérase al caso 20-0029109.

Friday, July 10, 2020

PGPD Investigating Fatal Crash in Clinton; Officers Pursued SUV Prior to Crash

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The Prince George’s County Police Department’s Internal Affairs Division and Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit are both conducting investigations into a fatal crash that occurred on Thursday in Clinton. The driver and passenger of an SUV were killed. PGPD officers pursued that SUV prior to it crashing.

The deceased driver is 62-year-old Lynda Ann Jones of  Capitol Heights. The deceased passenger is her son, 42-year-old Richard Sylvester Jones also of Capitol Heights.

On July 9th, at approximately 4:45 pm, patrol officers responded to a gas station in the 7500 block of Old Branch Avenue for a disorderly call for service. The preliminary investigation revealed a gas station clerk called 911 about the occupants of an SUV at the gas pumps who were acting in an unusual manner. The first patrol officer who arrived briefly spoke to the occupants before the occupants drove off in their SUV. After a 6.7 mile pursuit, the SUV crashed into at least two utility poles on Old Branch Avenue near Tarquin Avenue.

Five officers who were involved in the pursuit have been suspended pending the outcome of the investigation.

The Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit is investigating the collision. The Internal Affairs Division is investigating the actions of the officers.

Investigators would like to speak to anyone who has information on this investigation. They are urged to call the Internal Affairs Division at 301-516-5721.

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PGPD Investiga Mortal Choque en Clinton; Oficiales Iniciaron Persecución de SUV Previo al Choque

El Negociado de Asuntos Internos y la Unidad de Reconstrucción y Análisis de Choques ambos investigan un mortal choque ocurrido el jueves en el área de Clinton. El conductor y un pasajero de una SUV murieron. Oficiales de PGPD iniciaron una persecución del vehículo antes que este chocara.

La fenecida conductora fue identificada como Lynda Ann Jones, de 62 años de edad y vecina de Capitol Heights. El fenecido pasajero era su hijo, Richard Sylvester Jones, de 42 años de edad y también vecino de Capitol Heights

El 9 de julio, a eso de las 4:45 de la tarde, oficiales de patrulla acudieron a una gasolinera ubicada en la cuadra 7500 de Old Branch Avenue tras recibir información sobre un altercado. La investigación preliminar reveló que un trabajador de la gasolinera llamó al 911 al ver que los pasajeros de una SUV se comportaban de manera rara en una de las bombas. El primer oficial que llegó habló brevemente con las personas antes de que estos iniciaran su marcha en la SUV. Tras una persecución de 6.7 millas, la SUV chocó contra al menos 2 postes en Old Branch Avenue, cerca de Tarquin Avenue.

Los cinco oficiales que estuvieron involucrados en la persecución han sido suspendidos mientras la investigación sigue en curso.

La Unidad de Reconstrucción y Análisis de Choques investiga el choque mientras que el Negociado de Asuntos Internos investiga las acciones de los oficiales.

Nuestros detectives quisieran comunicarse con cualquier persona que pudiese tener información sobre esta investigación. Pedimos que por favor llamen al Negociado de Asuntos Internos al 301-516-5721.

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Wanted Wednesday

Burglary Suspect

Up first this Wanted Wednesday, detectives are working to find and arrest this suspect. He’s linked to a residential burglary on Kipling Parkway in District Heights on June 20th. If you know his identity, please call 301-772-4911. Refer to case number 20-0029591.

Theft from Auto Suspect

Our detectives need the community’s assistance to identify this suspect. This suspect broke into the victim’s car on Sunset Lane in Suitland on June 23rd. If you have information, please call 301-772-4911. Refer to case 20-0029935.

Robbery Suspects

Detectives are also working to make an arrest in a burglary that occurred on June 24th. These suspects broke into a pharmacy located in the 10800 block of Rhode Island Avenue at approximately 2:20 am and stole prescription medication. If you have info that could help detectives, please call 301-699-2601. Refer to case 20-0030098.

Burglary Suspects

We’re also looking for these suspects wanted in connection with a residential burglary. The investigation reveals the suspects broke into a home located on 100th Avenue in Lanham on June 26th . The suspects stole clothes, jewelry, video games, and other miscellaneous items before fleeing the area. Please call 301-390-2160 with any information about their identities. You can remain anonymous. Please refer to case number 20-0030694. A cash reward is being offered.

Burglary Suspect

Detectives are also investigating a residential burglary that occurred in Lanham. The suspect committed the crime on Barrs Lane early morning on June 2nd. If you have info that could help detectives, please call 301-390-2160. Refer to case 20-0026718.

Assault Investigation

We are also looking for this suspect who is wanted for an assault. He’s identified as 25-year-old Rashaad Robinson. His last known address is in the 1200 block of Dunbar Oaks Drive in Capital Heights. Our investigation reveals Robinson assaulted one victim at his residence on July 5th. If you know where we can find Robinson, please call 301-772-4911.

Burglary Suspects 

Finally, these individuals committed a burglary at a liquor store located on Livingston Road in Fort Washington. The preliminary investigation revealed the suspects broke into the business and stole liquor. This crime took place on July 1st.  The suspects were seen driving this pictured vehicle. If you have information, please call 301-749-5064. Please refer to case 20-0031377.

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