WALDORF, Md. – On April 28 at 12:19 a.m., officers responded to the 800 block of Stone Avenue in Waldorf for the report of an intrusion alarm at a school.

When officers arrived, they observed a vehicle in the parking lot. Upon making contact with the driver, the odor of cannabis was detected.

Further investigation revealed a loaded firearm in the car as well as suspected cannabis. The driver, Devaughn Marquel McAllister, 28, of Waldorf, was arrested and charged with possession of a firearm inside a vehicle, possession of a firearm without a serial number, and other related charges.

Officers also checked the school but did not find any signs of a burglary. On April 28, a district court commissioner released McAllister on a $1,500 unsecured bond. Cpl. Morrison is investigating.

The Charles County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) was accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA) in 2001 and has since earned the highest rating of Excellence. Established in 1658, the CCSO is one of the oldest law enforcement agencies in the United States. For more information, visit www.ccso.us.

Charles County Crime Solvers offers rewards of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest or indictment of a person responsible for a crime in Charles County. All individuals who provide tips through Crime Solvers will remain anonymous. Anyone with information about an unsolved crime or the location of a fugitive may contact Charles County Crime Solvers by calling 1-866-411-TIPS.

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  1. Until they find out where they get these guns and prosecute their suppliers, this will not stop!

    1. Lockup the buyers of the illegal/stolen firearms and the sellers will soon follow, but if they libs continue turning them loose and crying for more gun control, it will never slow them down.
      What good are new/more laws when they don’t enforce the existing laws?

  2. Anytime a firearm is located on school property, the punishment should be 10X the usual allowed by law. You never know when a school may have after-hours activities, like in the gym, on the ball field, etc. With school shootings so prevalent, maybe this idea could be a deterrent. We need to stop waiting for the next one, and put severe punishment in the minds of these f-ups.

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