Arrest made in College Park murder; video released of two more suspects

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One man is in custody in connection to a fatal shooting at a College Park apartment building last month, and Prince George's County police are still searching for two other suspects. They released video of the two men on Friday, in hopes someone will recognize them.

Police say the two remaining suspects are sought in the deadly shooting of 36-year-old Rawle Farley nearly a month ago. It happened at the Camden at College Park apartments on Milestone Way across the street from IKEA store just a few miles from the University of Maryland.

Police released new surveillance images of the suspects on Thursday and announced they have also arrested 31-year-old William George Moore. He has been charged with first-degree murder.

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Charging documents show Farley had recently purchased a laptop from Moore and wanted to buy a second computer, but when Moore arrived at Farley's apartment on March 26, he and his two friends attempted to rob Farley and his friend. Police say Farley was shot and killed during an altercation as he and his friend tried to stop the robbery.

A man who was the first to help after a deadly shooting at his apartment building is sharing new details about the crime.

"We hear a guy yelling and screaming," said neighbor Jason Roberts.

Roberts was inside his apartment when he heard the commotion in the hall and came out to see Farley collapsed near his doorway and his friend frantically banging on doors.

"He's got blood all over his shirt and his hands," Roberts said. "He had knocked on like ten apartments he said. Nobody would answer the door or open up."

Roberts said his brother called 911 and a nurse who lived nearby started doing CPR on Farley. He died in the hall.

Friends say Farley was father to a 10-year-old son and a business owner - loved by many.

Roberts says even weeks later, what happened seems surreal. He hopes the two remaining suspects are caught before they hurt someone else.

"It's worrisome that they could do it to someone else," he said. "Apparently they don't have any regard for anybody's safety or life."


A reward of up to $25,000 is being offered for information leading to an arrest and indictment is this case. Tipsters do not need to ever give their names. Anyone with information is asked to please call the Prince George's County Homicide Unit at (301) 772-4925. Callers who want to remain anonymous may call Crime Solvers at 1-866-411-TIPS (8477), text, "PGPD plus your message" to CRIMES (274637) on your cell phone or go to and submit a tip online.