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July 27, 2012
Suspect in Maryland gun case: “I am a joker, I’m going to load my guns and blow everybody up”
One week after a shooting which is still at the top of the news cycle, police in Maryland have arrested a man who they believe was about to commit a massacre. The suspect, Neil Edwin Prescott, reportedly had the cache of weapons above and had recently made a number of threats after losing his job. (According to the New York Daily News, he was arrested wearing a shirt that said “Guns don’t kill people. I do.”) There are times when a police organization faces criticism for (using undercover means) leading a person on and suggesting that he commit an act of terror, then catching him before he does the act. This is not one of those times. (photo via Prince’s George Police Department)

Suspect in Maryland gun case: “I am a joker, I’m going to load my guns and blow everybody up”

One week after a shooting which is still at the top of the news cycle, police in Maryland have arrested a man who they believe was about to commit a massacre. The suspect, Neil Edwin Prescott, reportedly had the cache of weapons above and had recently made a number of threats after losing his job. (According to the New York Daily News, he was arrested wearing a shirt that said “Guns don’t kill people. I do.”) There are times when a police organization faces criticism for (using undercover means) leading a person on and suggesting that he commit an act of terror, then catching him before he does the act. This is not one of those times. (photo via Prince’s George Police Department)

18:41 // 1 year ago
June 6, 2012
21:43 // 2 years ago
September 10, 2011
Also on our radar: Apparently some U-Haul vans were stolen today in Prince George’s County, within shouting distance of DC. “Yes, there is a lookout for two stolen vans in PG,” said DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier. “Yes we are actively looking for them.” U-Hauls are desirable for criminal activity due to their nondescript look and the fact that most of them have Arizona plates, making them hard to trace.

Also on our radar: Apparently some U-Haul vans were stolen today in Prince George’s County, within shouting distance of DC. “Yes, there is a lookout for two stolen vans in PG,” said DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier. “Yes we are actively looking for them.” U-Hauls are desirable for criminal activity due to their nondescript look and the fact that most of them have Arizona plates, making them hard to trace.

20:03 // 2 years ago