Two other males may have been involved in an Easter Sunday shooting in Potomac that left one man wounded and led to the arrest of a Poolesville teen, Montgomery County District Court records show.
DeAngelo Jackson, 19, of the 19500 block of Jerusalem Church Terrace, is being held without bail on charges of attempted first-degree murder and several related offenses, Montgomery County Police said in a statement Wednesday.
Montgomery County Police responded to reports of shots fired at a home in the 8500 block of Victory Lane on April 8, at around 11:45 p.m.
Police alleged in court documents that three males — two of them armed — rang the doorbell and pushed their way inside when a resident answered.
It was Jackson, police allege, who pistol-whipped a 21-year-old resident who answered the door, proceeding to shoot him in the abdomen and in his lung, the court records state.
Then as the wounded man ran up a stairwell, police alleged, he was shot in the rear and on the left side of his body.
The three males left the scene in a white sedan with tinted windows, the court documents state.
The shooting victim was treated at Suburban Hospital and has since been released, police said.
Jackson was charged attempted first-degree murder, first-degree assault, second-degree assault and several firearms-related charges.
Jackson has requested a preliminary hearing and is scheduled to appear in Montgomery County District Court on Friday, May 11.