Charles Co. Task Force Officers Locate Suspect Wanted in Domestic-Related Shooting

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Charles County Sheriff’s officers, with the assistance of the US Marshals Task Force, located Rayvon Anthony Walls, 30, of La Plata, who was wanted in connection with a shooting that occurred in March in La Plata. On March 21,at 11:55 a.m., officers responded to the 600 block of Kent Avenue for the report of a shooting. A preliminary investigation showed the suspect was arguing with his girlfriend inside a car. As the victim drove away, the suspect fired a shot toward the victim, striking her car. The victim was not injured. Officers obtained an arrest warrant for Walls, but he avoided arrest. He was located on September 14 at a residence in La Plata. During the execution of a search warrant of the residence, officers found a stolen firearm. Walls was charged with first-degree assault, second-degree assault, illegal possession of a firearm, and other related charges. He is being held at the Charles County Detention Center with no bond.


Rayvon Anthony Walls

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the poor dad
So they knew who the guy was Since day one and it still took them 6 months to find him?


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So they knew who the guy was Since day one and it still took them 6 months to find him?
Probably because when they asked if anybody knew where he was, "nobody don't know nuttin".
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