Charles Co. Suspect in Citizen Armed Robbery Identified and Arrested

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Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Division have identified and arrested a suspect wanted in connection with a citizen armed robbery that occurred last month. On December 12, 2022, at 3:31 a.m., the suspect knocked on the door of a hotel room in the 11700 block of Business Park Drive in Waldorf. The victim opened the door and the suspect, who was armed with a gun, entered the room and demanded money. The victim did not comply and the suspect fled. The victim indicated she did not know the suspect. Through investigation, detectives were able to positively identify the suspect as Harry A. Jhin, 36, of Rockville. An arrest warrant was obtained and on January 19, Jhin turned himself in to the Sheriff’s Office. He was charged with armed robbery, first-degree assault, and other related charges. On January 19, a judge released Jhin from the Charles County Detention Center on personal recognizance. Detective R. Smith is investigating.

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Harry Jhin


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Kyle

ULTRA-F###ING-MAGA!
PREMO Member
Ow crap. Now they've done it.

Other minorities are gonna get pissed off and demand preferential treatment when Asians start getting better at criminal activity than they are.
 

ArkRescue

Adopt me please !
PREMO Member
Deport his azz first chance you get.
From what I understand anyone not a citizen here gets a free ride back to their home Country pretty quickly if they commit a crime here. Sadly many times the criminal high-tails back here to be sent home yet again.
 

Monello

Smarter than the average bear
PREMO Member
From what I understand anyone not a citizen here gets a free ride back to their home Country pretty quickly if they commit a crime here. Sadly many times the criminal high-tails back here to be sent home yet again.
I think even if they are naturalized citizens, if they commit a crime, out they go. We have enough home grown shitbags, we don't need to import any more. I'd be thrilled if there was a place, like a deserted island, where we could transfer the career, violent criminals that are here. Surely there is some Pacific atoll that would work out just fine.
 

ArkRescue

Adopt me please !
PREMO Member
I think even if they are naturalized citizens, if they commit a crime, out they go. We have enough home grown shitbags, we don't need to import any more. I'd be thrilled if there was a place, like a deserted island, where we could transfer the career, violent criminals that are here. Surely there is some Pacific atoll that would work out just fine.
My step-Dad is retired Navy and he said instead of sinking the old ships that the ships should be filled with the worst criminals, disabled, and left out in the ocean with limited food/water resources and let them do what they do best. Or something like that .......
 
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