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Cell Phone Connections Lead Detectives to Arrest Two Men for Falling Water Circle Murder

Two Silver Spring men have been arrested in connection with the murder of a Germantown man in December.

Montgomery County Police have charged Kairee Deyonte Dorsey, 27, of the 13600 block of Sir Thomas Way in Silver Spring, and Christopher Arthur Breeden Jr., 23, of the 11200 block of Lockwood Drive in Silver Spring, for the homicide of 18-year-old Andrew Turner of Germantown back on December 16, 2017.

Police were called to the 129000 block of Falling Water Circle for the report of someone being shot at 4:35 pm on Saturday, Dec. 16.

According to court documents, investigators determined that Turner had been selling marijuana and had recently received a large quantity of pot. Turner had been in contact with Breeden via Snapchat. According to the court documents, Breeden’s Snapchat handle was “marriedtomaryja.”

Detectives believe based on text messages between Turner and a close friend, that Turner was concerned about being set up for a robbery before his murder. According to the application for a warrant for Breeden’s arrest, Turner had texted a friend saying that he had never met the people, he was about to sell a half-pound of marijuana to, but they were from either “PG or the city.” Turner texted that he believed he was possibly being “set up.”

Court documents indicate that Turner had stepped out of his apartment to meet with an individual whom he was waiting on. While he was outside of the apartment, Turner was shot and stumbled back into the apartment, suffering from a gunshot wound. Police recovered a spent .357 Magnum caliber shell casing at the scene of the homicide.

Detectives began to monitor the “marriedtomaryja” Snapchat account and connected the account to Breeden. Once investigators had Breeden’s phone number, they could go back and investigate at his cellular history.

On the day of the