Men Threatened With Handgun in Arbutus

Warrant issued for 22-year-old Relay resident who pointed gun at victims on Sept. 17.

A warrant has been issued for a Relay man who threatened two victims with a handgun on Sept. 17, police said.

At around 10 p.m., two male victims, who both live on Linden Avenue, were confronted by a man in the vicinity of Linden and Talbot Place, according to police.

The suspect pointed a black semi-automatic handgun at them and said, "I'll kill you if you come back into my neighborhood," police said.

After assaulting the victims, the suspect fled the scene in his vehicle, according to police.

A warrant was issued for the 22-year-old suspect, who lives on the 5700 block of Richardson Mews in Relay, according to police.

A check of court records shows that the suspect has two pending cases for drug-related charges, including one for an incident on Sept. 10.

Chillin September 22, 2012 at 11:43 AM
Do you have a name of this suspect? Dou you have a photo of the suspect so that the Arbutus and Relay residents can beware when he is set loose on the streets again. Violence and drugs go together like peanut butter and jelly. Drugs are at the root of most violent criminal acts.
Brigitte September 22, 2012 at 04:33 PM
Yes, I agree with Chillin... In this case the suspect is 22 years old and lives in the area. We want to know who this idiot is! I mean, was it a drug turf thing? Or did the men do something to instigate the suspect? Too many questions. But, if someone like that is living near me, I have a right to know it!
Bruce Goldfarb September 22, 2012 at 07:34 PM
I'll call the police on Monday, and if they confirm that there is a warrant for the suspect's arrest, I'll report his name,


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