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Suspects in Charlotte Hall killing found in Va.

Two suspects in an April 14 shooting death in Charlotte Hall were arrested early Thursday at an apartment in King George, Virginia.

Darnell Laquay Proctor, 22, and Azsha Dayne Butler, 21, both of Charlotte Hall, face first-degree murder charges after being located by the Charles County Sheriff's Office and members of the U.S. Marshals Office, the sheriff's office said.

Proctor. (Charles County Sheriff's Office)

The pair were sought after Proctor allegedly argued with Raymond Anthony Barnes, 34, of Lexington Park, and fired rifle shots into a vehicle carrying Barnes in the 12200 block of Plater Road.

The vehicle fled and Barnes later was found dead in a nearby road.

After the argument, authorities said, Proctor fled the scene in a car driven by Butler.

-- Mary Pat Flaherty

By Mary Pat Flaherty  |  April 29, 2010; 12:02 PM ET
Categories:  Charles , Homicide , Mary Pat Flaherty , Updates , Virginia  
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Oh no!!!
Not Darnell Laquay and Azsha Dayne !!! I'm sure they were at the church picnic .. petting puppies or escorting grandma across the street....

so > you have an arguement with someone.. have a disagreement > and the remedy is to pump a few gunshots into their vehicle...

savages.... just savages....

Posted by: kglkgl06 | April 29, 2010 12:55 PM | Report abuse

Charles County Sheriff's Dept is the BEST!

Posted by: waterfrontproperty | April 29, 2010 10:21 PM | Report abuse

I was locked up with this guy in the (work-release) section of the Charles County Detention Center. I was there for D.U.I.'s , I think he was there for his first adult charge (conspiring to distribute drugs) back in 2007. Back then he "idolized" a guy who was just coming out of a Maryland Prison - who used to holler "JUUVEE" at him , meaning he has not seen freedom since he was convicted as a juvenile. Some people don't know what to do with their freedom, the shame of it is he involved a young woman in his deeds.

Posted by: JadedCynic | May 5, 2010 9:10 PM | Report abuse

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