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A tow company employee was killed early Sunday in a Maryland suburb of Washington, D. C., after a “drag and drop the dispute turned physical, according to officials.
The Prince George’s County Police Department said in a news release that the altercation between the 41-year-old Tarreak Butler, of Washington, D. C., and the 24-year-old Damian Howard, it happened around 1:50 a.m., last Sunday in College Park, Md.
Patrol officers responded to the migrating company and, at College Avenue, where the men are in a physical fight,” police said on Twitter. Officers reported to a witness, Howard, “the detention of the victim in a chokehold, and that the victim was unconscious.”
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Cops ordered Howard to release to Butler, and got divorced the couple, and for three of the agents have started to perform CPR on the 41-year-old.
Damian Howard, 24, was charged with second-degree murder, assault and related charges in the slaying of a cable to be an employee of the company, a “drag and drop in the dispute,” police said.
(Prince George’s County Police Department)
Butler was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead about an hour later.
“The preliminary investigation, it appears Howard is being attacked Butler for a towing fee,” he said to the police.
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The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner does an autopsy, which is ruled by Butler’s death a homicide due to “suffocation warning.”
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Howard has been charged with second-degree murder, assault and other related charges, according to the Prince George’s County Police department. He has been in the possession of the Department of Corrections and is being held without bond.
The authorities are asking anyone who may have information about the fatal incident to contact detectives at the 301-772-4925.