Prince George’s County man convicted in ‘execution type’ homicide in White Oak

A County of Prince George Man who shot two victims during a marijuana deal white oak was sentenced today.

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A jury in Montgomery County found 22-year-old Andy Panton guilty of double first degree murders in the shootings of 23-year-old Jordan Radway of Laurel and 24-year-old Christian Roberts of Silver Spring.

READ MORE: Montgomery County Police are investigating 2 murders in the White Oak area

Panton faces two life sentences in a row.

The Montgomery County Police Department began investigations when Radway and Roberts were found in a car accident in the 11600 block of Stewart Lane.

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Investigators say Radway and Roberts met with a man named Dontaye Hunt and Panton.

Hunt was arrested shortly after homicides. He told police that the couple intended to rob the men, but they had no intention of killing them.

Although Hunt refused to identify the killer, police eventually found that Panton pulled the trigger.

Man shot ‘execution type,’ girl crushed and shot in Chicago after minor visitors accident: police

A man was killed and his wife injured while celebrating the Puerto Rican Day Parade in Chicago

Gyovanny Arzuaga and Yasmin Perez were shot dead on West Division Street on the northwest side at around 9.15pm on Saturday, hours after the parade ended. According to the police, they were ambushed by three men. A Facebook video allegedly about the shooting showed victims being dragged out or falling from a car with a Puerto Rican flag on it.

The Murder of a man and the beating and shooting of his wife began with a dispute over a minor traffic accident, Chicago police said on Monday.

Video of the death of Gyovanny Arzuaga and the beatings and shootings of Yasmin Perez in Humboldt Park spread on social media at the weekend.

The husband and wife were shot dead on West Division Street on the Northwest Side at around 9:15 p.m. Saturday night. Relatives and friends of the victims said they celebrated the parade in Puerto Rico that ended hours earlier.

“There was a very minor traffic accident and a group of people raved about this particular car,” said Chicago Police Chief Brendan Deenihan. “A group of people swarmed around that particular car, they hit and hit this woman.


Deenihan said the video “doesn’t show everything”.

Chicago Police Supt. David Brown commented on the widespread distribution of the video of the attack.

“You are seeing this tragedy in real time on video that is posted that night, practically the moment after, which adds to the tragedy for all the victims’ families,” Brown said.

He said it was unfair for the video to add to the perception that Chicago faces a scourge of violent crime.

“We’re no longer touting this as sensationalization. The country is under a wave of violent crime, but there is a decline in violent homicides and shootings in this city, which is unusual when compared to other major cities that are seeing a sustained increase.” Climax, ”said Brown.