Prince George's Headlines: 'Doomsday' Budget, Murder, Robbery

This week's top Prince George's County news.

A district court hearing for Alexander Song, a  student who police say threatened to go a campus shooting rampage, has been postponed until next week. Over the weekend of March 10 and 11, Alexander Song allegedly posted comments on reddit.com  and Omegle.com, that he planned to conduct a campus shooting.

Sierra Leoneans Take Action After Greenbelt Man Murdered
In the wake of the murder of Aiah Nyanga Tongu, people from Sierra Leone are organizing a local town hall meeting to stop violence in their community.

With Casino in Doubt, Prince George’s Deals with Budget Woes
County Executive Rushern L. Baker said this week he was preparing for a "doomsday" budget after the Maryland lawmakers failed to reach a consensus on a proposed casino in National Harbor that was expected to boost county revenues.

Robbery Suspects Arrested; 1 Tried to Hang Self
Police arrested two Maryland men and charged them with robbing the Campus Way South M&T Bank on Wednesday. One of the suspects tried to hang himself out a window before police cut him down, according to WUSA9.

The Prince George's County District Council hearing on the proposed rezoning of the Cafrtiz property went into recess Wednesday afternoon after more than five hours of proceedings. . .


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