The man who was killed in a store in Seat Pleasant, Maryland, on Wednesday had shoplifted from the store, was unarmed and was assaulting a security officer who had confronted him, the police said Thursday.
The Seat Pleasant police chief said the person who was shot Wednesday afternoon was suspected of shoplifting and had been shot by an armed store employee.
Twenty-three-year-old Lamont Adair Jr. The 6-foot-7 Adair was the father of an 11-month-old and was set to leave for China next month to play basketball. He was on his way to training when he was shot in Seat Pleasant.
Several business owners are suing Seat Pleasant, Maryland, after the town raised taxes on them – by about 800 percent.
“Fire was coming from the attic, second floor, first floor as well as the basement,” said Mark Brady, a spokesman for Prince George’s County Fire and EMS.
Seat Pleasant Police Chief Devan Martin was riding his department-issued motorcycle when he collided with another vehicle, said Prince George’s County’s police chief.
What are friends for? A volunteer EMT saved the life of his friend, an EMT and Prince George’s County police officer, earlier this month. They’ve known each other since the were 7. “I’m sure he’ll save me one day,” the EMT said.
A man was shot and killed Saturday in Seat Pleasant, Md., according to Prince George’s County Police.
Seat Pleasant Mayor Eugene Grant has launched a countywide campaign to stop the culture of violence in Prince George’s County and beyond.
Eugene Grant was evicted from his office. Now, he says he\’s motivated to run for mayor again.
The Prince George\’s County police are seeking the public\’s help in identifying a man they say robbed a bank in Seat Pleasant.
Police in Maryland have issued a Silver Alert for a 57-year-old man who was last seen Friday night.
A fire and explosion broke out inside a Pepco substation in Prince George\’s County Tuesday evening.
Two teenagers have been arrested in the shooting death of a Seat Pleasant man earlier this month.
Four fire stations in Prince George\’s County will
go without paid career staff, as firefighters are
redeployed to meet efficiency and budget demands.
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