The two men who were allegedly involved in a car chase which resulted in the death of a Prince George’s County police Officer Adrian Morris was now indicted by a grand jury on Thursday.
The two men were identified to be 23-year-old Kevon Neal from Fort Washington and25-year-old Kenneth Mitchell from Washington. Both are charged with theft greater than $ 10, 000. Neal is also charged with motor vehicle manslaughter and fleeing and eluding police.
If convicted, Neal will be facing up to 35 years in jail and up to 15 years for Mitchell.
Police Officer Morris perished when the police car he was driving veered off I-95 near Powder Mill Road. Morris had been chasing a silver Acura which supposedly contained the two suspects who 1`stole a purse in a gasoline station in Laurel.
Morris careened off the road, attempting to avoid vehicles that stopped as the Acura had allegedly cut across multiple lanes.
Information indicating Neal as the driver of the Acura and Mitchell as a passenger had been developed bby the police. The vehicle was also found out to be stolen. Both of the suspects were caught a week after the accident had happened.
PGPD Chief Mark Magaw said that they respect the grand jury’s decision and with which they also
Both suspects are still in no bound status. Neal is held at Prince George’s County Department of Corrections whilst Mitchell is held at District of Columbia with a charge of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
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