Man slain: Prince George's County police are investigating the shooting death of a D.C. man who was slain in the county late Tuesday.

Babatunde Iluyemi, 20, of the 700 block of Decatur Street NW, was shot in the parking lot of an apartment building in the 1900 block of Erie Street in Adelphi. Police said he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Bomb threat arrest: Montgomery County police said yesterday that they have charged a 14-year-old Bethesda boy who allegedly e-mailed a bomb threat to Pyle Middle School in Bethesda on Sept. 30.

The boy, whose name police did not release, was charged as a juvenile with making a false statement of a destructive device, a felony, and electronic mail harassment. He was charged last Thursday and released into the custody of his parents, police said. The maximum penalty for the charges is confinement until the boy turns 21, police said.

The school was evacuated for three hours Sept. 30 after school officials received an e-mail saying a bomb would explode that morning at the school. Bomb-sniffing dogs found nothing.


Laborers arrested: Three Woodbridge day laborers looking for work outside a 7-Eleven were charged with loitering this week, but none was turned over to immigration officials for deportation, Prince William County police said.

The arrests came about a month after 24 laborers were arrested on loitering charges outside the store at Route 1 and Longview Drive. Eleven who had committed immigration violations were transferred to U.S. custody for possible deportation, authorities said.

The three day laborers arrested Monday were warned twice by police to leave, Capt. Tim Rudy said.

Two of the men were taken to jail because they could not produce identification; they remain there because they were unable to post bond. One was released on a court summons, police said.

Compiled from reports by staff writers.