The deputy Homeland Security director for Prince George's County, Maryland was in court Friday for a preliminary hearing on assault charges stemming from an April 5 incident when a real estate agent mistakenly knocked on the door to the official's home. The agent was greeted by a belligerent Keith Washington who stuck a gun in his face and, according to the victim, yelled "I know what the [expletive] you're here for. You're not here to do an appraisal".
The official, Keith Washington, is already under investigation for shooting two Marlo Furniture movers who were making a delivery to his home in January. One of the men died from the the shooting, the other was wounded. Washington says he shot the men in self-defense.
In the sketch a police investigator, Sgt. Aaron Ajani is answering a questioned from the prosecutor on the far left. Washington is sitting in the background behind his attorney, Michael Worthy. Judge Hassan A El-Amin ruled that there is sufficient evidence to send the case to the grand jury, but also noted "numerous weaknesses" in the case.
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