Hey law student homie!Langley Park has gotten to be a place for street hoodlums from El Salvador to hang out and recently, they have been going to retirement homes and businesses such as Leisure World and places in Wheaton to commit crimes in which when people are away, they would pick locks to go in to steal money and property to take to stores to sell for money. Police are asking retailers to provide details of their inventory electronically to police by using computer internet protocol. As of last week, 127 hoodlums have been apprehended and police say that they are members of the MS-13 and 18th Street Mexican Mafia. States Attorney John McCarthy is planning to prosecute more felons such as hoodlums committing armed robberies of gas stations in the Wheaton-Glenmont areas in which since May, there have been over 476 violent robberies. A third of them resulted in murder(felony-murder) and the prisons and jails are being maxed to the limit. Police Chief Thomas Manger of Montgomery County said that during the warm months, the detention centers and the prisons have been taking in greator numbers of inmates and fights against the guards and staff by the inmates are happening more according to information obtained from deputy wardens from various prisons. Case in point is that within the last two months, several guards and staff have been stabbed and murdered by inmates using knives and other material made into knives(shanks) and the numbers are expected to get higher as the temperature rises according to deputy warden reports compiled recently for press review.
Our MS-13 gang here in Langley Park like to fight and make trouble in school. Why you like learning you homie? School sucks. Read this article if you are educated enough you homie.
Gaithersburg Man Arrested For Making Threats At Montgomery College
Posted By: Bill Starks Date last updated: 8/17/2009 3:32:21 PM Smaller Larger Print Article Close Page
Police say he phoned in threats about an armed man on campus.
ROCKVILLE, Md.(AP)-- A 22-year-old former Montgomery College student is accused of making threats that led to an evacuation of a building on the Rockville campus Monday morning.
Police say Dan Dadem Le, of Montgomery Village, has been taken to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.
A call was made to 911 at about 8:40 a.m., describing an Asian male waving a gun near the college's Counseling Advisory Building.
About 22 officers from Rockville City Police, Montgomery County Police and the sheriff's office responded and evacuated about 30 people from the building. School is not currently in session.
Dispatchers tried numerous times to call the cell phone caller back, but were unable to reach him. Officers later tracked the call to Le and found he had been describing himself. He was not armed