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2 Men Charged w/1st Degree Murder in Applebees MD State Trooper Case - June 15, 2010, 01:01 AM

Damn, well that was fast! Barely 72 hours and case closed. One already confessed.

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Police in Maryland have charged two men in the slaying of an off-duty Maryland state trooper outside an Applebee's restaurant last week.Prince George's County police said Monday that 27-year-old Cyril Cornelius Williams and 28-year-old Anthony Anderson Milton II are charged with first-degree murder in the killing of 24-year-old Trooper Wesley Brown.
The trooper was working as a security guard early Friday and had escorted Williams out after a dispute over an unpaid bill. Later Brown was shot multiple times in the parking lot.
Police say Milton told investigators that he and Williams carried out the shooting, though police wouldn't say who pulled the trigger.


The men have not yet retained attorneys, but a former attorney for Williams said his firm has represented him in the past and found him to be "a pretty good guy" who has won most of his cases.


Police said Williams is the man seen in surveillance footage from the Applebee's restaurant. About 30 minutes before the shooting, the trooper escorted him out of the restaurant for becoming unruly over an unpaid bill.
Police say the 27-year-old Williams and his 28-year-old friend Milton came back with a semi-automatic handgun intent on killing the trooper.
"We believe the motive for the shooting is that Mr. Williams was upset that he was kicked out of the restaurant. Nothing more, nothing less," said Davis.


The trooper was shot multiple times. Police said Milton waived his right to stay silent and confessed to the murder.
"This is a bittersweet moment for all of us that a young trooper was cut down way before his time," said Col. Terrence Sheridan, Superintendent of Maryland State Police.


The two suspects have an extensive criminal background. Williams has been charged with a slew of gun and drug crimes in the past, including attempted murder on a police officer in 2006. According to court documents, the officer was responding to reports of shots fired during a New Year's Eve party. His patrol car was hit several times and the suspect kept firing as the officer got out of the vehicle. According to charging documents, a witness identified Williams as the shooter. But prosecutors later dropped the charges saying there was not enough evidence.
Milton's record involves various assault and weapons charges as well.


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• Second Degree Murder
• First Degree Assault
• Second Degree Assault
• Reckless Endangerment
Ummm, a pretty good guy who won most of his cases? If he has had multiple cases, he ain't such a "good guy."

Hope these boys like cool mountain air because they're going to be in Hagerstown for a very long time.



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What kind of illiterate slob would call this a 'bittersweet moment'? I'm sure they can find a better spokesperson than that.

"This is a bittersweet moment for all of us that a young trooper was cut down way before his time," said Col. Terrence Sheridan, Superintendent of Maryland State Police.


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What kind of illiterate slob would call this a 'bittersweet moment'? I'm sure they can find a better spokesperson than that.

"This is a bittersweet moment for all of us that a young trooper was cut down way before his time," said Col. Terrence Sheridan, Superintendent of Maryland State Police.
What a freaking idiot.

I am guessing that he was referring to the confession of the suspects in custody, however, that dude is, as you so perfectly phrased it, an "illiterate slob"
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just curious...about a few things...

-I wonder what sort of demeanor the officer showed towards the men? I mean a 24 year old State Trooper working off duty (plain clothes) was he humble about it as in a simply escort or was he "escorting" them out AS IF he was the "bouncer" at the 40/40 or something???

-I wonder what would cause two men to want to KILL someone b/c they were simply escorted out of a restaurant FOR NOT PAYING A BILL. Doesn't that mean that they GOT AWAY with what they were trying to accomplish? I mean it doesn't say they were going to be charged with stealing or whatever the charge for not paying a bill would be.

-It seems there is A LOT more to this story...i.e. the officer postering on them? hiding behind his badge? or just these dudes are and were acting like pure scum of the earth? I mean would they have killed the GM if he asked them to leave? How were they "escorted"?

IN NO WAY AM I SAYING THAT BAD THINGS CANT HAPPEN TO GOOD PEOPLE. IN NO WAY AM I SAYING THAT THE OFFICER CAUSED HIS OWN DEATH....I am just wondering what is actually behind this story that would cause some one to be hell bent on killing someone b/c they were asked nicely to leave or escorted out of a restaurant...that is all.


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just curious...about a few things...

-I wonder what sort of demeanor the officer showed towards the men? I mean a 24 year old State Trooper working off duty (plain clothes) was he humble about it as in a simply escort or was he "escorting" them out AS IF he was the "bouncer" at the 40/40 or something???


-I wonder what would cause two men to want to KILL someone b/c they were simply escorted out of a restaurant FOR NOT PAYING A BILL. Doesn't that mean that they GOT AWAY with what they were trying to accomplish? I mean it doesn't say they were going to be charged with stealing or whatever the charge for not paying a bill would be.


-It seems there is A LOT more to this story...i.e. the officer postering on them? hiding behind his badge? or just these dudes are and were acting like pure scum of the earth? I mean would they have killed the GM if he asked them to leave? How were they "escorted"?


IN NO WAY AM I SAYING THAT BAD THINGS CANT HAPPEN TO GOOD PEOPLE. IN NO WAY AM I SAYING THAT THE OFFICER CAUSED HIS OWN DEATH....I am just wondering what is actually behind this story that would cause some one to be hell bent on killing someone b/c they were asked nicely to leave or escorted out of a restaurant...that is all.
1. Why does this matter, even if he through him out the door and the guy rolled on a dusty parking lot, that is not cause to kill the bouncer.
2. I think it means they were arguing over how much they owed and after paying or not they were told to get the hell out.
3. Yeah, I think these guys were just acting like scum of the earth, why else would they go and get a gun and come back to kill the guy? It doesn't matter what the bouncer/officer may have said to the guy, there is no justifying this killing based on the info that has been released.
A better question is why was Milton so quick to confess, that is very odd I think.
4. I don't know if anything is missing from the story, but I wouldn't worry to much about protecting the guys that killed him or looking for a valid reason for what they did...there's rarely a valid reason to kill someone.


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just curious...about a few things...

-I wonder what sort of demeanor the officer showed towards the men? I mean a 24 year old State Trooper working off duty (plain clothes) was he humble about it as in a simply escort or was he "escorting" them out AS IF he was the "bouncer" at the 40/40 or something???

-It seems there is A LOT more to this story...i.e. the officer postering on them? hiding behind his badge? or just these dudes are and were acting like pure scum of the earth? I mean would they have killed the GM if he asked them to leave? How were they "escorted"?
I dont think it matters if the officer picked both of them up by their waist bands, used their heads to open the back door, and threw them out into a pile of garbage. It is no excuse to come back 30 mins later and kill the man.
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What kind of illiterate slob would call this a 'bittersweet moment'? I'm sure they can find a better spokesperson than that.

"This is a bittersweet moment for all of us that a young trooper was cut down way before his time," said Col. Terrence Sheridan, Superintendent of Maryland State Police.
I think he meant bittersweet in the fact that they found his killers, but the fact remains that he's still dead.



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I think he meant bittersweet in the fact that they found his killers, but the fact remains that he's still dead.
I think you're right. I went off half cocked before I had my coffee, and took it out of context.


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"The two suspects have an extensive criminal background. Williams has been charged with a slew of gun and drug crimes in the past, including attempted murder on a police officer in 2006. According to court documents, the officer was responding to reports of shots fired during a New Year's Eve party. His patrol car was hit several times and the suspect kept firing as the officer got out of the vehicle. According to charging documents, a witness identified Williams as the shooter. But prosecutors later dropped the charges saying there was not enough evidence.
Milton's record involves various assault and weapons charges as well.


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Cyril Cornelius Williams
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• First Degree Assault
• Second Degree Assault
• Reckless Endangerment"

Why the hell were these scumbags ever let out of prison???
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Why the hell were these scumbags ever let out of prison???
Yup, sucks. Their ass is grass now though.


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those dudes are probably in jail right now still feeling like that security guard 'had it coming' .... there are HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of these fools that are the same way. not giving a fuck. and will gladly rot in jail because they somehow felt 'disrespected' ..... what a fucking joke
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just curious...about a few things...

-I wonder what would cause two men to want to KILL someone b/c they were simply escorted out of a restaurant FOR NOT PAYING A BILL. Doesn't that mean that they GOT AWAY with what they were trying to accomplish? I mean it doesn't say they were going to be charged with stealing or whatever the charge for not paying a bill would be.
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