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Arrests made in two of Prince George As the body count continues to grow in Prince George County, with an 11th slaying reported Tuesday, police had some good news as they announced the arrests of three men in connection with two of the 11 homicides committed so far this year. The announcement of the arrests came on the heels of the 11th homicide, which was reported Tuesday afternoon in College Park. Police announced they have arrested two men in connection with the Jan. 5 slaying of Fort Washington resident Terrance Calvin Hunter, 30. Hunter was found dead in the stairwell of an Oxon Hill apartment complex in the 1300 block of Southview Drive. Vincent Eugene Miles, 29, of the 1500 block of Chillum Road in Chillum and Neil Elmore Lawrence, 31, of the 1800 block of Glendora Drive in District Heights were both charged with first degree murder in the slaying, said Cpl. Larry Johnson, a spokesman for the Prince George County Police Department. Police have not revealed the circumstances under which Hunter was killed, but have said the incident was the result of a drug dispute. The third arrest was made in the fatal shooting of Corteza Warren Livingston, 21, of the 3100 block of Dynasty Drive in Forestville. Donte Douglas, 18, of the 600 block of Elfin Avenue in Capitol Heights has been charged with first degree murder in the killing, Johnson said. Livingston and his brother were shot Saturday at Livingston home during a domestic dispute, said Maj. Andrew Ellis, commander of the police department public affairs division. A woman was returning her infant child to the care of the baby father, Livingston brother, at the home when the two got involved in an altercation. Police had said the woman had been accompanied by at least one man to the home, where the man also got involved in the fight and began firing shots, striking both the victims, police said. All three of the arrested men are currently being held without bond at the Department of Corrections in Upper Marlboro, Johnson said.