Mariame Sylla Missing – According to statements made by police on Friday, a man from Maryland is facing accusations of murder in connection with the abduction of a well-liked educator who was kidnapped while she was out on a walk. A friend of the family notified authorities that Mariame Sylla, 59, a teacher at Dora Kennedy French Immersion School in the Prince George’s County school district, had not been seen since the end of July, according to the police.
During a press briefing on Friday, Prince George’s County Police Chief Malik Aziz informed the reporters that she went out for an evening stroll in Greenbelt on July 29 “and did not return.” A “concerned citizen” called the Prince George’s County Police Department on August 1 to report that potential human remains had been found outside in Clinton, “where a dismembered body was discovered,” according to Aziz. The police department is currently investigating the incident.
According to the authorities, DNA testing had recently verified that the remains were really those of Sylla.
According to the authorities, the inquiry led them to determine that a man named Harold Francis Landon III, who is 33 years old and lives in University Park, is a suspect in her murder. According to the head of police, Landon was present at the park at the time Sylla was taken, and he was able to be identified by her through his car.
On Friday, homicide investigators brought first-degree murder charges against him for the killing of Sylla, according to a statement released by the police department. According to the police, his initial court appearance was supposed to take place on Friday, and a review of his bond may take place on Tuesday