Two Men Charged With Killing Maryland State Trooper at Applebee's

Maryland State Trooper Wesley Brown, 24, was finishing his part-time shift as a security officer at the restaurant when he was ambushed and killed.

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An off-duty Maryland State Trooper Wesley Brown, 24, was murdered outside an Applebee's restaurant after escorting an unruly customer from the premises after a dispute paying a bill. After finishing his part-time shift as a security officer at the restaurant, he was ambushed and killed after an altercation. Police have charged Cornelius Williams, 27, and Anthony Anderson Milton II, 28, both of Seat Pleasant, with first-degree murder in the killing of Trooper Brown. Williams is believed to be the shooter and Milton is alleged to be the person that gave him the gun to murder the state trooper. We think paying the bill would have made a lot more sense.

 

SOURCE: WTOP

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