MAN FACES THREE LIFE SENTENCES PLUS 178 YEARS IN PRISON FOR A TEMPLE HILLS MURDER

Updated: Oct 5, 2021

Upper Marlboro, MD (September 20, 2021) – After a four-day trial and just over two hours of deliberation, a jury returned guilty verdicts this week against 29-year-old Paul Green, of Washington, D.C. for the first degree murder of Marc Allen (age 18), and the attempted first degree murder of two other victims.


On July 19, 2020, police responded to a call for a shooting that occurred at 2900 Saint Clair Lane in Temple Hills. Upon arrival, they found two victims, Allen, who was shot in the back and hand, and a second victim who was shot in the right arm. Allen was pronounced dead at Prince George’s County Hospital, while the second victim survived with non-life-threatening injuries.


During the course of the investigation, it was also determined that Green committed another crime which occurred in another location in the 3700 block of Branch Avenue.

At the conclusion of the trial, Green was also found guilty of two counts of first degree assault, five counts of use of a firearm in the commission of a crime of violence, home invasion, and handgun on person. He faces a potential maximum penalty of three life sentences plus 178 years in prison and is scheduled to be sentenced on December 20, 2021.


“This was a tragic incident where a man lost his life and several others were traumatized by being shot at or held at gun point. Mr. Green is obviously a dangerous man and I am grateful my prosecutor assigned to this case was able to get justice for the victims and their loved ones. My Office is committed to the fight against gun violence and we will continue to hold offenders accountable,” said State’s Attorney Aisha Braveboy.

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