Annapolis Police Make Four Arrests and Recover Five Firearms
Following Two Separate Shots Fired Incidents
On February 22, 2022 at approximately 1:00 p.m. officers responded to the unit block of Bens Drive for reports of shots fired. Officers located evidence consistent with shots being fired, including damage to several vehicles and a building caused by gunfire.
Through investigation, detectives identified three subjects that were involved in the shots fired incident. These subjects were located in the parking lot of the unit block of Marcs Court. The following three subjects were detained on scene and ultimately arrested on multiple charges:
Damisi Jones, 20, of Severn was charged with 11 criminal charges related to the crime including multiple handgun violations and felony CDS.
Towan Harris-Wilson, 28, of Annapolis was charged with 16 criminal charges related the crime including multiple handgun violations and first degree assault.
Charles Boyd, III, 18, of Annapolis was charged with seven handgun related charges.
All three subjects are being held without bond at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center. A total of five handguns, a loaded firearm magazine, marijuana and other suspected CDS were recovered from the vehicles and the subjects.
On February 17, 2022 at approximately 12:26 a.m. officers responded to the 700 block of Newtowne Drive for reports of shots fired. Officers located evidence consistent with shots being fired including damage to several vehicles.
Through investigation, detectives identified a subject involved in the incident. On February 25th Nelson Poston, 19 of Annapolis was arrested without incident and charged with nine criminal charges related to the incident including assault and six handgun-related charges. Poston is being held without bond at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center.
“We will find you and arrest you if you commit violent crimes in Annapolis,” stated Chief Jackson. “This is a fine example of excellent police work and I thank my officers for their hard and diligent work. We appreciate the support from the community and ask them to continue to take an active role in making our community and neighborhoods safer.”
Mayor Buckley added, “The priority remains the safety of all of our neighborhoods and the families who live there. The quick action of Annapolis Police sends a firm message to those who want to break the law in Annapolis.”
Detectives are continuing to investigate both incidents. The investigations are active and fluid and we urge anyone with information about the incidents to contact our detectives at 410-260-3439. You can also call Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP and submit an anonymous tip. If your tip leads to an arrest or indictment you may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.
Submitting Anonymous Tips to Metro Crime Stoppers of Maryland
Metro Crime Stoppers of Maryland is an organization separate from the Annapolis Police Department. When you phone in or submit your Annapolis crime tip online or through the P3 Tips smartphone app Metro Crime Stoppers receives your tip anonymously and only forwards your tip information to the Annapolis Police Department. No identifying information is ever forwarded to us. Metro Crime Stoppers uses a special coding system to protect your identity, they do not use Caller ID or record telephone conversations. If your tip leads to the arrest or indictment of a person for a felony you could qualify for up to a $2,000 cash reward from Metro Crime Stoppers. You can submit a tip by calling 1-866-7LOCKUP (1-866-756-2587), visiting www.metrocrimestoppers.org, or through the P3 Tips smartphone app. The app can be found in the Apple or Android app stores by searching for P3 Tips.
You can also call a tip into us directly at 410-280-CLUE (2583).