Police Arrest Homicide Suspect in DC for Shootings in Prince George’s County

Wagswoofs – Earlier this week, Thomas, who is only 20 years old and was awaiting trial for a homicide in Washington, DC, found himself in even more legal trouble when he was involved in two shootings in Prince George’s County. These new incidents have resulted in Thomas being charged with several additional felonies.

On Wednesday night at approximately 8:30 p.m., the Bowie Police Department received a call to investigate a reported shooting. The incident occurred in the 3000 block of Twisting Lane, where several bullets were fired into a home. The house had multiple occupants, including a four-month-old infant and a 74-year-old individual.

Upon arriving at the scene, officers discovered shattered windows and damaged furniture. Fortunately, no one was hit by the barrage of bullets. Upon further investigation, it was revealed that the shooting was a result of a domestic dispute involving Thomas.

Upon further investigation, it was discovered that Thomas was also linked as a suspect in a different shooting incident that occurred in Bladensburg. This incident was reported to the authorities just about 30 minutes before the previous one, where he reportedly fired shots into an apartment building that was occupied at the time.

On Thursday night, local and federal investigators arrested Thomas who then confessed to being involved in both shootings, according to the police.

The accused is facing serious charges, which include several counts of murder, assault, reckless endangerment, and felony use of a handgun. He is currently being held in custody without the possibility of posting bail until his trial date arrives.

In January 2022, a shooting occurred in the 4400 block of Connecticut Avenue NW, resulting in the death of 20-year-old Dasha Cleary and multiple injuries. Thomas was previously linked to this murder.

The police have not released any details regarding his upcoming court appearances.

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