Maryland Man Accused of Fatally Shooting Victim in Face Over Unpaid $10 Debt: ‘It’s Almost Unimaginable, Unbelievable’
A Maryland suspect was arrested after he allegedly got into an argument with another man over an unpaid debt and then shot him in the face, officials said.
At a May 15 hearing, JC Littlejohn III was ordered held without bond in connection with the murder of two days earlier, WTOP reported.
According to Prince George's County police charging documents obtained by the outlet, around 11:30 a.m. on May 13, Littlejohn, 31, went to the District Heights home of Donte Williams, 28, and the two got into a dispute.
A witness claimed Littlejohn demanded Williams pay him money he accused him of owing before allegedly shooting the man, police said.
“Some of the allegations that were mentioned in court today are very concerning,” Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy said at the bond hearing, WTOP reported. “Potentially, we’re talking about a dispute over $10. It’s almost unimaginable, unbelievable.”
Williams was pronounced dead at an area hospital.
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Braveboy noted the investigation is ongoing and charges have not yet been filed.
Littlejohn was being held without bond at the county Department of Corrections.
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