4 suspects have been charged with a laundry itemizing of felony and misdemeanor assault costs after an alleged paintball capturing spree in Waldorf that Occurred final fall.
Dominic Lawrence Johnson, 21, of Waldorf and Malik Antonio Moses, 22, of District Heights have been each charged on Oct. 28 with 16 costs of felony first-diploma assault and 16 costs of felony second-diploma assault.
Malik Deaundre Hart, 20, of Hyattsville and Future Zhane Stephenson, 22, of Forestville have been charged on Oct. 29 with The identical costs.
The alleged capturing spree started round 1:52 p.m. on Oct. 30, 2020, when Charles County Sheriff’s Office deputies have been flooded with names of unknown suspects firing on residents with paintball weapons.
The primary names acquired here from the 3000 block of Waldorf Market the place two sufferers have been allegedly struck with paintballs.
Shortly afterward, one other name acquired here in from the intersection of Route 228 and Route 301 the place A third sufferer reported being hit.
At 2 p.m., a fourth sufferer was allegedly hit the placeas Inside the Parking lot of a comfort retailer on the 2100 block of Crain Freeway.
The alleged capturing spree continued onto St. Charles Parkway, the place three extra people reported being hit by paintballs, and a final sufferer reported being hit on Huntington Circle.
One week Afterward Nov. 6, 2020, the paintball bandits allegedly struck as quickly as extra.
The primary reported acquired here in at 5:37 p.m., when 5 people have been allegedly hit outdoors a grocery retailer on King Road.
Two extra sufferers, one on Floyd Avenue and one other on Copley Avenue, reported being shot shortly earlier than a final particular person was struck Inside the 2900 block of Pageant Method.
Based mostly on charging paperwork, all sufferers reportedly described The identical car, a gold Hyundai Sonata with Virginia tags, which was registered to Stephenson, with four occupants inside.
Video surveillance from the Route 228 and Route 301 intersection allegedly captured the Sonata on digital acquired herera, and the car and suspects have been recognized on Nov. 12, 2020, when deputies have been referred to as to a disturbance at Dr. Samuel A. Mudd Elementary School.
The subsequent day, deputies obtained a search warrant for the car and allegedly found a Glock handgun with 10 rounds of .40 caliber ammunition and 14 rounds of .380 ammunition in a area Inside the entrance center console.
The invention earned Stephenson two extra misdemeanor costs for having a loaded handgun in his car.
While felony summonses have been issued for all four suspects, none are presently in custody, in accordance to the Maryland Case Search database.