Lexington Park Man Accused Of Shooting Ex-Wife, Killing Man - N...

A man is accused of shooting his ex-wife and killing another man in Lexington Park, police said. Full Story
Crystal

Baltimore, MD

#1 Apr 11, 2008
I am in total shock. I know Koummane. He was a soccer referee and a friend of my family. I also know Thomas Saunders. I used to work with him. They both are genuinely nice people! What is St. Mary's County turning into? And I just don't understand how anyone could take another persons life REGARDLESS of the circumstances!!!!! I am just baffled at this whole situation!
wOW

Hyattsville, MD

#3 Apr 11, 2008
Crystal wrote:
I am in total shock. I know Koummane. He was a soccer referee and a friend of my family. I also know Thomas Saunders. I used to work with him. They both are genuinely nice people! What is St. Mary's County turning into? And I just don't understand how anyone could take another persons life REGARDLESS of the circumstances!!!!! I am just baffled at this whole situation!
Ok, when I saw his picture I couldn't believe it was him. But now that you said he was a soccer referee, that confirms to me that's who I've been thinking of. He was just playing soccer last night at Leonard Hall! That is crazy! He is such a nice guy.... unbelievable!
Lhea

Ashburn, VA

#4 Apr 11, 2008
i think that we need to all pray for them and their families. i didnt know kou that well, but i do work with melissa and i think its a horrible thing that has happened. all of us at work miss her and hope she gets better.
barbara

Silver Spring, MD

#5 Apr 11, 2008
yes, we need to pray. koumman has been my daughter's coach, her boss and a friend for many years. he is a loving father and one of the nicest people...i am in total shock...what will happen to their children....yes, ... pray.
My2Cents

Chevy Chase, MD

#6 Apr 12, 2008
It doesn't matter that Kou was a nice person. Even though he was, because I am an ex-coworker. That doesn't excuse his actions ONE BIT. There is a man dead and his ex-wife is paralyzed. He needs to rot for this.
Brandi

Mechanicsville, VA

#7 Apr 14, 2008
I'm also in total shock! Hey Crystal its Brandi! I knew Koumanne also and he was a nice guy, he would be like "Hey lady how are you". He was a good soccer player and a good ref. I also knew Tommy and he was such a sweet heart. Regardless if he was with Koumanne's ex, there was no need to kill him over it. I feel sorry for Koumannes kids and Tommy's son Talon. He's not gonna have a daddy. I liked Tommy. He may have been a womanizer, but that's who he was. They should have fist fought if out if anything. Koumanne is a coward. I have no respect for him anymore. Plus he left his kids behind. I look down on him now.
Anacostia Born

West Monroe, LA

#8 Apr 14, 2008
These folks are scum, and they are being imported into quality neighborhoods and into your schools! They are not people, they are animals! They live the life of entitlement off the welfare system as their biological host have for generations, repeat that life style, adhere to no laws, breed like feral animals and abandon their offspring or anything that remotely resembles commitment.

After Katrina, FEMA moved hordes of scum into areas to house them and local crime in the relocated areas went up, even amonst themselves as the locals where they moved to had no use for drugs or prostitution to support their lifestyle, yet this is what scum do. They are a blight on wherever they are!

Since: Apr 08

Washington, DC

#9 Apr 19, 2008
Sad, and America is going to get worse.
H2O Sugar Money Momma

Sykesville, MD

#10 Dec 4, 2014
Anacostia Born wrote:
These folks are scum, and they are being imported into quality neighborhoods and into your schools! They are not people, they are animals! They live the life of entitlement off the welfare system as their biological host have for generations, repeat that life style, adhere to no laws, breed like feral animals and abandon their offspring or anything that remotely resembles commitment.
After Katrina, FEMA moved hordes of scum into areas to house them and local crime in the relocated areas went up, even amonst themselves as the locals where they moved to had no use for drugs or prostitution to support their lifestyle, yet this is what scum do. They are a blight on wherever they are!
I knew Tommy... trust and believe you don't know anything about these people and this situation. You don't know his history... obviously there is a reason why people are saying they are so shocked. It's a horrible situation that will cause pain forever... Don't believe all of what your read... "Scum" "Animals" please go somewhere with that ish! Your comment doesn't even make any sense.

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