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Mother, Son Killed By Standoff Suspect Remembered For Hearts, Souls Full Of Kindness In MD
The Fort Washington community continues to mourn after a deadly scene played out when a man shot and killed his wife and son before barricading inside their home in Prince George’s County.
Thousands of dollars have been raised on behalf of the family of Rori Burch, 52, and her son, Michael K. Burch, Jr., 25, who were shot and killed in late August - allegedly by Michael Kevin Burch, Sr. on Tall Timber Court.
According to the Prince George's County Police Department, 62-year-old Michael Kevin Burch shot and killed his wife,... Posted by Lipstick Alley on Saturday, September 2, 2023
Cousins Killed In Double Maryland Shooting Remembered As 'Incredible Fathers'
Support is swelling for the family of two cousins who were gunned down in a double fatal Oxon Hill shooting in Prince George's County.
Charles Oxley, 28, of Oxon Hill, and Washington, DC resident Lamont Oxley, 30, have been identified by police as the victims who were gunned down on Sunday, Sept. 10.
The shooting was reported at approximately 11:10 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 10 in the 5500 block of Livingston Terrace.
Upon arrival, officers say that they pronounced Charles Oxley dead at the scene, while Lamont Oxley was rushed to an area hospital where he later died from his gunshot wounds.
Man Dies Playing Soccer In Maryland, Loved Ones Say
Akindeji Agarah died doing what he loved.
Agarah, 29, was playing soccer on Sunday, Aug. 6 — a game in which he scored a goal — when he fell and started gasping for breath, according to a campaign launched by loved ones.
Attempts from his teammates, paramedics, and doctors to save him were futile.
The GoFundMe created to assist with funeral expenses had raised $22,700 as of Monday, Aug. 21.
"Akindeji was an angel on earth," said Oyindamola Agarah, who organized the fundraiser. "His humility was next to none. He was a respectful gentleman who loved deeply and made sure everyone …
UMD Grad Who Vomited On Football, Became Paralyzed In Wrestling Match Darren Drozdov Dead At 54
Darren Drozdov, a professional wrestler and former NFL player nicknamed "Puke" for vomiting on the ball, died on Friday, June 30. He was 54 years old.
Darren, of Hamilton, NJ, grew up playing football as a quarterback in Mays Landing and was All-State in football at Oakcrest High School.
He went on to play college football at the University of Maryland, graduating with a degree in criminal justice.
Darren played in the NFL on the New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles and Denver Broncos, and was famously nicknamed "Puke" after he threw up on he ball during a Monday night game, stopping the cen…