Police find 25 guns and thousands of rounds of ammunition in home of man who threatened to "load [his] guns and blow everyone up"; a puppy is rescued from the garbage bag it was tossed away in; after a shooting and SWAT team search, police arrest Greenbelt man; 21-year-old man who drowned in a pond is ID'd, and investigation is underway on the death of a Bowie man—headlines tell of a busy week in Prince George's County.
Police said Friday they had taken custody of a Crofton man who threatened to "load [his] guns and blow everyone up" at a Pitney Bowes office.
Greenbelt Man Arrested After Shooting at Glen Oaks Apartments Police arrested Roderick Snowden, 24, of Greenbelt, following a shooting and a SWAT team search at Glen Oaks Apartments Friday, according to police.
The dog was found in a tied up garbage bag at the intersection of Westphalia and Ritchie Marlboro roads in Upper Marlboro.
Prince George's County Police have identified the body of a 21-year-old male who drowned in a pond in Laurel earlier this week. Fire/EMS officials spent 81 minutes searching for the body of Kalif Omar Richardson, 21, of District Heights, who was last seen going into a pond at the Willow Lake Apartment complex.
Bowie Police found Christopher Painter, 23, dead in Buckingham Park on the morning of July 21. No obvious signs of physical injury were found and the body was transported to the state medical examiner in Baltimore where an autopsy will be performed. The Prince George's County Police have taken over the death investigation.