Jaquan Devon Dorsey, age 18 and Terence Nathaniel Thompson, Jr., age 19
Jaquan Devon Dorsey, age 18   and   Terence Nathaniel Thompson, Jr., age 19
Jaquan Devon Dorsey, age 18 and Terence Nathaniel Thompson, Jr., age 19

WALDORF, Md. – On March 26 at 2:05 p.m., patrol officers initiated a traffic stop on High Street in Waldorf after observing a traffic violation.

Upon approaching the vehicle, officers smelled a strong odor of marijuana and observed suspected marijuana on the console. Further investigation revealed the passenger, Jaquan Devon Dorsey, 18, of Waldorf, had a polymer “ghost gun” – meaning the gun has no serial number –in his pants. The driver, Terence Nathaniel Thompson, Jr., 19, of Waldorf, was in possession of a loaded firearm magazine. Officers also located approximately 40 grams of suspected marijuana.

Dorsey and Thompson were charged with illegal possession of a firearm, illegal transportation of a firearm, possession of drugs, and other related charges. On March 26, Thompson was released from the detention center by a district court commissioner on a $3,500 unsecured bond. On March 27, Dorsey was released by a district court commissioner on a $3,500 unsecured bond. The investigation is ongoing.

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8 Comments

  1. Listening to nba young boy n lil dirk portraying that thug life image. Will get you hemmed up. Go to school go to the army do something with urself’s oppose to committing these senseless crimes and becoming felons smh

  2. Thanks to the court commissioner who released these gun carrying thugs back into our community. I’m sure we’ll be reading about them soon when they’re re-arrested, probably for a violent crime.
    As part of the story, is it possible to name the court commissioners who release these criminals?

    1. Oh shut up everyone makes a mistake they make one mistake and they are thugs that sad you don’t know what they go through or anything so how about you keep your non helpful opinion to yourself have a blessed

  3. The parents are 100% to blame regardless of their being 18 & 19 but the courts are also very guilty and HAVE TO STOP releasing them right back into society. That would eliminate any chance of them doing it again and guarantee they’ll show up for court!
    (Never gonna happen, I know)!

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