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A Washington, D.C., man wanted for attempted murder in Upper Marlboro turned himself over to police custody Tuesday after Prince George’s sheriff’s deputies negotiated his surrender with his attorney.

Thomas Livingston Moore, 22, of the 1700 block of Minnesota Avenue, allegedly shot a male victim in the face at the intersection of Wood Duck Court and Waterfowl Way after a verbal dispute around 1:30 a.m. April 26, according to county police. County police issued a warrant for Moore’s arrest the same day.

Cpl. William Milam, a county Office of the Sheriff spokesman, said sheriff’s deputies approached Moore’s attorney and was able to negotiate his surrender. Moore turned himself in to sheriff’s deputies at the county’s detention center in Upper Marlboro and he was taken into custody, Milam said.

Moore is charged with attempted first- and second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault, use of a firearm in a violent crime and illegally carrying a handgun, according to online Prince George’s County District Court records. He is being held without bond.

Moore’s attorney was not listed with the courts Tuesday, according to online court records. A preliminary hearing for Moore is set for May 29 at the district courthouse in Upper Marlboro.

Milam said he did not know the condition of the victim following the incident.

A phone number for Moore’s residence could not be located.

djgross@gazette.net