Brittany Sade McKinley, 25 years old, shot and killed by ex-boyfriend Michael Jerome Stewart, after what police officials deem a “domestic dispute.”
Michael Stewart was located in the Landover area and has been arrested. He’s in custody , thanks to the Prince George’s Police Department and citizens like yourself. Brittany was an exotic dancer at Irving’s Night Club on Central Avenue, Capitol Heights. A preliminary police investigation has revealed that Stewart got into a confrontation with Brittany at her workplace (Irving’s Night Club). After being kicked out by security, at some point Stewart went to the victim’s home in the 4600 block of Heath Street and waited for her to return home. As Brittany and her female friend arrived at McKinley’s home, Stewart opened the car door and shot both women.
Ladies, gentlemen, get a good look at Brittany’s killer, Michael Jerome Stewart. Get a good look at him:
Look at this joker and remember that Brittany probably thought dealing with him was something either she could handle or she couldn’t do any better than this. Now she’s gone from this earth, leaving behind a two year old son to never ever know her. And to the fellas, look at him and know that if you have a friend or relative that is prone to abusing women, it’s your responsibility to say something. A young girl is dead.
Now let’s deal with Irving’s
Night Club STRIP CLUB. To the Prince George’s County Council, it’s time for you to go in and put this place out of business. Thankfully the Council enacted legislation and requirements that allows the police department to essentially put these places out of business. Most of us have seen the nondescript green and black building on Central Avenue; now you know just what it is. In 2008, Irving’s Night Club STRIP CLUB was the murder scene where Jamaal William Clover was shot by an assailant and robbed at about 4:30 a.m. as he left the club with two women. Irving’s Night Club STRIP CLUB is along the same stretch of Central Avenue as MSG Club, the site of another out of control club gathering that led to the murder of 20 year old Jasmine Jerona Banks in 2011. How many people have to die before we, as a community, stop letting this filth be dumped in our county?