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A Prince George's County judge on Friday sentenced a Capitol Heights man to life in prison without the possibility of parole for fatally shooting his 17-year-old former girlfriend in Landover.
The parents of a teenage girl slain by her ex-boyfriend after the Prince George's County Sheriff's Office failed to arrest the man on an open warrant are angered that the agency has again mishandled an arrest warrant for another man now accused of murder.
A Capitol Heights man with an open warrant out for his arrest was not taken into custody when he was served a peace order last month - the same day he is accused of fatally shooting his neighbor, the Prince George's County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday.
A Prince George's County jury found a man guilty of first-degree murder in last summer's fatal shooting of his 17-year-old former girlfriend in Landover, an incident that highlighted the mishandling of a felony arrest warrant by the county's Office of the Sheriff.
After a Capitol Heights man was charged in the fatal shooting of his 17-year-old ex-girlfriend last summer, sheriff's deputies in Prince George's County admitted to mishandling a felony warrant for the man on a prior offense and failing to arrest him.
"I'm still real bitter and angry with how the sheriff's department handled this," he said, adding that while the department apologized publicly, they have never contacted his family to speak privately about the incident.
'cause it's not worth it. Or to pay my sister some money and she'll beat her up for him," he said.