Maryland State Police Arrest Man On Assault Charges, Illegally Possessing Weapon In Prince George’s
State police arrested a felon in Prince George’s County who illegally possessed a regulated firearm and had two outstanding warrants through the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office and the Maryland Department of Parole and Probation.
Sean Ross Alpert, 43, of Brandywine, Maryland, was transported to the Prince George’s County Detention Center was served with two arrest warrants on the following charges: first-degree assault, second-degree assault, fourth-degree burglary, two counts of malicious destruction of property of more than $1,000, rogue and vagabond, theft less than $100 and violation of probation. Additional charges are pending a case review with the Maryland Attorney General’s Office.
In conjunction with the Maryland Attorney General’s Office, troopers were able to obtain a search and seizure warrant for Alpert’s residence. The warrant was served by troopers from the CED-Firearms Enforcement Section, CED-Central South Investigations, Forestville Barrack and STATE Team.
While securing the residence, Alpert was located and taken into custody without incident. A further search of the residence resulted in a regulated firearm being located and seized.