The infamous Chris Brown has been charged again in a local court. The much maligned musician was originally charged with felony assault in a Washington D.C. court. According to reports, Brown and one of his hired body guards got into an altercation with a Maryland man outside a local hotel. Brown was released, however, after the charges were reduced to misdemeanors.
Twenty-six years ago, a man forced his way into a Seat Pleasant home and exchanged fire with one of the home's residents. The man was shot and left the home. Prince George County Sheriffs issued a warrant for the man, charging him with attempted murder. This month, that man was finally arrested in another state and extradited to Upper Marlboro to face the charges.
Upper Marlboro prosecutors have secured an indictment against two county officials stemming from the alleged assault of a prison inmate. According to reports, a deputy sheriff is being accused of beating an inmate during processing, while the corrections officer took steps to conceal the act.
A second man has been charged with murder following a domestic dispute in Bowie, Maryland. According to reports, Prince George County prosecutors charged a 31-year-old man with first-degree murder in the death of Michael Reese. The 31-year-old is being held in Washington on an unrelated charge. He is awaiting extradition to Maryland where he will be prosecuted in an Upper Marlboro court.
A Prince George County man, described once as the most hated man in the area, has agreed to a plea in the murder of a mother and daughter. Jason Scott took an Alford plea in an Upper Marlboro courtroom, effectively settling the murders of Delores and Ebony Dewitt.