A guy billed using the murder of his seniors mother in Maryland continues to be associated with three other slayings.
John Carrington, 53, was arrested Wednesday in Washington D.C. for that murder of his 71-year-old mother Johnetta Wormley, a pr release in the Prince George’s County Police Department states. Her body was discovered on Sunday after officials were delivered to her Prince George’s County home for any welfare check. The Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police noted inside a separate pr release that they have been stabbed.
Carrington seemed to be billed “in reference to a domestic-related stabbing on Saturday in Clinton,” based on the Prince George’s County Police Department, noting that the victim for the reason that situation survived. He’s also billed with trying to take advantage of a service station, and in Clinton, early Monday morning.
Much more troubling, he’s now been associated with three cold situation murders, one dating back to nearly 30 years.
Police suspect Carrington of fatally stabbing D.C. resident Charles Boulware, 29, in August of 1992, based on the Metropolitan police. They feel also, he wiped out 42-year-old Reginald Gaither, who had been found shot to dying in the vehicle in March of 2008. Gaither resided in Alexandria, Virginia. The newest slaying associated with Carrington may be the December 2010 murder of 25-year-old James Campbell who had been shot multiple occasions. He resided in Bladensburg, Maryland.
Carrington continues to be billed with two counts of first-degree murder while armed and something count of legal murder for that cold cases. Detectives haven’t stated the way they connected him towards the three cases following a murder of his mother.
“Which kind of boy would do this to his mother?” Carrington’s boy, who didn’t wish to be identified, told local outlet WTTG. “At this time, I simply pray for justice.”
He stated he hasn’t been told by his father lately except for a money Application request money.
It’s unclear if Carrington comes with an attorney. The Prince George’s County Police observe that he’s no fixed address.
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