Officers Recover Stolen Vehicle / Drugs and Gun Located: On March 2 at 10:06 p.m., an officer observed a passenger vehicle in the area of Smallwood Drive and St. Patrick’s Drive in Waldorf that was displaying tags that were issued to another vehicle. When the officer attempted a traffic stop, the vehicle fled. The Neighborhood Enforcement Team searched the area, and an officer observed it parked in the 4000 block of Night Heron Court. A man was seen walking away from the vehicle, and when officers attempted to make contact with him, he fled on foot. The man was apprehended after a brief foot chase and was found to be in possession of the key fob for the vehicle. Investigation revealed the vehicle had been stolen from Baltimore City. During a subsequent search of the vehicle, officers located a shotgun and ammunition as well as a pound of marijuana. Ronell Aki Bradshaw, 23, of Waldorf, was arrested and charged with the theft of the vehicle, possession with intent to distribute, a weapons violation, attempting to elude police, reckless driving, and other related charges. On March 3, a district court judge ordered that Bradshaw would be held without bond at the Charles County Detention Center. The Neighborhood Enforcement Team investigated.

Ronell Aki Bradshaw

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