Mocobizscene- Fuentes Jr., aged 33, and Johnny Alejandro Turcios, aged 28, both from Lewisdale, have been identified as the suspects in the tragic murder of 2-year-old Jeremy Poou-Caceres in Langley Park, thanks to the assistance of the community. This information was shared by Prince George’s County Assistant Police Chief Vernon Hale during a press conference.
“The community exhibited an unprecedented level of support,” Hale expressed. “Their cooperation was instrumental in assisting our detectives in gathering vital information and evidence, resulting in a number of arrests in this case.”
The shooting took place around 5:35 p.m. on Thursday near the Bedford Station Apartments in Langley Park. It is believed that Fuentes and Turcios, along with at least two other individuals, were in a carjacked gold SUV. They got out of the vehicle and allegedly started firing at another group.
DC police are currently searching for a suspect in the beating death of a tech executive in downtown. Israel Fuentes Jr. and Johnny Alejandro Turcios face charges of first-degree murder in connection with the tragic death of 2-year-old Jeremy Poou-Caceres, according to the Prince Georges County Police Department.
The Prince George’s County Police Department responded to the sound of gunshots in Langley Park on Thursday evening. Officers were already in the area when they heard the shots fired around 5:30 p.m. According to FOX 5, the incident took place on the 1400 block of Kanawha Street.
Both Fuentes and Turcios were held in county jail on charges that included first-degree murder.
According to authorities, the shooting incident involved two men who were inside a carjacked gold SUV, accompanied by at least two other individuals. The police are currently conducting a search for additional suspects believed to be connected to the incident. (FOX 5)
According to Hale, the search for other suspects is still ongoing, as authorities are determined to find all individuals involved.
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