A Girl In Jail, Her Baby? Who Knows?

| July 14, 2010 | 16 Comments

The good news is that there are three thugs off the street. The bad news is that somehow, someone has failed these people. I am not saying that it is society’s place to make sure everyone lives in the land of milk and honey, but when you look at the facebook profile of this young woman, you just have to wonder what went wrong? Check out some updates from her facebook profile. My what a difference a week makes.

As you read through the updates, anyone can see that there are problems. Where are her parents? Yes, she is an adult, but we all have family. Where are her friends? Maybe it is time for us as a society to step up and get in the game.  If you have followed the police reports of late, this type of incident is all too common. Parents, family, friends–do you really care that little to let this happen to someone you love?

Danielle was having a tough time finding a job–many are. But now it will be much more difficult with this skeleton in her closet. And, what happens now to her young child? Did this baby deserve this?

Here is a copy of the police report:

On July 13, 2010, at approximately 7:05 p.m., officers and detectives from the Eastern District responded to the area of Golden Fleece Drive and Mansion House Crossing in Pasadena for a report of an armed robbery that had just occurred.

Officers were advised that a 19-year-old male victim and a 17-year-old female victim were walking on Golden Fleece Drive when they were approached by a male suspect, who brandished a knife and ordered the female victim to relinquish her purse. The male suspect took the victim’s purse and ran into a nearby vehicle, which was occupied by another male subject and a female driver. The vehicle then fled from the scene. The victim ran into her house and reported the incident to her father, who eventually located the suspect vehicle on Elizabeth Road near Edna Road. Officers were alerted and responded to that location.

Upon arrival, officers were able to stop the vehicle, which was occupied solely by the female driver. The victim’s father indicated that he began following the suspect vehicle onto Elizabeth Road, where a male suspect threw the victim’s purse out of the window. Additionally, he observed both male suspects flee from the vehicle a short time later.

Officers set up a perimeter around the neighborhood and were able to apprehend the two male suspects. The victim’s purse was located and recovered on Elizabeth Road near June Way. The three suspects were transported to Eastern District and charged with Armed Robbery, Robbery, 1st Degree Assault and Theft.

Suspect #1: Joshua Edward Bennett, 20, of 302 Grove Park Road, Brooklyn Park, MD
Suspect #2: Billy Eugene Cash, 18, of 3718 8th Street, Brooklyn Park, MD
Suspect #3: Danielle Marie Dameron, 23, of 2105 Higher Court, Crofton, MD

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