Kenneth Marquis Dunn
Kenneth Marquis Dunn

LA PLATA, Md. –  On December 18 at 7:43 p.m., officers conducted a traffic stop on a passenger car in the area of Crain Highway at Port Tobacco Road in La Plata. The officer detected the odor of marijuana, and further investigation revealed the driver was in possession of a loaded handgun and marijuana.

The driver, Kenneth Marquis Dunn, 22 of Waldorf, is prohibited from possessing firearms. Dunn was arrested and charged with transporting a loaded gun in his vehicle and related firearms charges.

On December 19, a District Court Commissioner ordered that Dunn could be released from the Charles County Detention Center on an unsecured $2,500 personal bond. Officer R. Kerlin investigated.

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  1. We never hear where these thugs get their guns. If you Constitution hating Maryland libs would find and prosecute the people who they get these guns from, there would be fewer of these incidents.

    1. There’s no excuse for releasing this ‘wanna beez’ gangster with out a cash bond. $5,000 should as a minimum. Especially in this case as he obviously is a convicted felon. That alone has a fine of $10,000. He is carrying a gun for a reason and to think otherwise is to be naive. 50% of these criminals obtain the guns illegally. Since liberal Maryland can’t “stop and frisk” like other States, here‘s a sure way to spot ‘wanna beez gangster’, anyone w/tat’s on their neck and you’ve got a criminal out in the area. These low life’s have ruined PG County and Charles is next.

    2. Ccwam No matter what they do they will get in the US just like drugs aslong Biden is dumb if anything it’s gonna get worse watch

  2. Who is the District Court Commissioner releasing these folks? They will, most likely be repeat offenders.

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