PALMER PARK, Md. (AP) — It’s been a violent weekend in Prince George’s County, with three separate fatal shootings.

The first occurred early Saturday morning in a residential neighborhood in the Chillum area. Police say Lester Amilcar Flores-Quintanilla, 19, of Alexandria, Va., was shot and killed.

Early Saturday evening, police say two women were shot outside an apartment complex in Suitland. One died and the other had a non-life threatening injury. Police are investigating and have no suspects or motive.

Then, shortly after 8 a.m. Sunday, two men were shot inside a home in District Heights, and one died. Police say several people were inside the home at the time and some kind of dispute led to the shooting. Police have not released details about the victims.

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Comments (10)
  1. fedupwithitall says:


  2. Jason says:

    Where’s Al, Louie and Jesse on this one? Where’s the outrage? Where’s the protests, the signs, the hoddie march, the facebook pages calling for “justice?”

    Oh….that’s right, the Liberal crime enablers are a bunch of hypocrites.

  3. dave says:

    Thinning out the herd the hard way.

  4. fedupwithitall says:

    Seems kinda Odd everyday about we hear about 2-5 Blacks of ALL ages being killed in our streets of “B-More The City that Bleeds ” and we see no PROTESTS..Is it okay for the black folks to kill each other now ????

    1. dave says:

      This is accepted behavior among blacks & only blacks can change that Zu Lu type mentality.

  5. Wilford P Wellington says:

    Leave them to their own devices, they will soon be gone on their own. Give them drugs, guns, and malt liquor. PROBLEM SOLVED!!!!!!!!!!

  6. dacjackson says:

    Three little Trayvons go nite-nite forever, but no one marches for them.

  7. SanFordNSon says:

    @ All 6 comments above you all are so rite lol,al and sharpton where is the protest at??

  8. Shoot first.... says:

    It would seem PG County could be known as Baltimore City South – all you have to do is hop on I-95 or I-295 going south and there you are. But in any case – as the Four Tops said, “it’s the same old song.”

  9. Wilford P Wellington says:

    Anyone notice a lack of certain type of comments on here?

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