Police Release Name of Teen Killed in Motor Vehicle Accident on St. Peters Church Road in Waldorf

March 4, 2017

UPDATE 3/4/2017 @1:00 p.m.: The driver killed on St. Peters Church Road in Waldorf has been identified as Kendull B. Proctor, 18, of Waldorf.

The Traffic Operations Unit is investigating.

3/4/2017: On Friday, March 3, 2017, at 11:54 p.m., officers from the Charles County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 3200 block of St. Peters Church Road in Waldorf for the report of a single vehicle crash.

A preliminary investigation revealed the driver of a Honda was traveling south on St. Peters Church Road in the area of St. Peter’s Church when he lost control of the car at a curve, left the roadway and struck a tree.

The driver, an 18-year-old male, was pronounced deceased on the scene.

There were no other occupants in the car.

The Traffic Operations Unit is investigating.

The driver’s name will be released when next of kin has been notified.


22 Responses to Police Release Name of Teen Killed in Motor Vehicle Accident on St. Peters Church Road in Waldorf

  1. Anonymous on March 4, 2017 at 10:52 am

    March 3, has got to be the worst in history for charles county.

    • Robert Simpson on March 4, 2017 at 11:06 am

      No, November 9th, 1926 was the worst day in Charles County.

      • Chuck on March 4, 2017 at 4:32 pm

        What a helpful comment, it’s not like you totally missed the point of empathy! How blessed we are to forget all the pain of today over an arbitrary date from almost 100 years ago. The world could use more people like you!

        • Chibbs on March 5, 2017 at 9:17 am

          It’s good that you can forget some tragedies so easily. I guess 9/11 is also meaningless to you. Ah, to be a sensitive snowflake like you, would be….horrible!

        • Anonymous on March 5, 2017 at 12:29 pm

          Well both dates seem to be very tragic days.

        • itsjustme on March 6, 2017 at 10:54 am

          That’s not an arbitrary date. Read up !

      • Big Cookie on March 7, 2017 at 9:28 am

        Does anyone remember November 6, 2007? Apparently not. As a sad reminder, 3 students from La Plata High School were killed in an accident on Oliver’s Shop Road. They were pronounced dead at the scene of the crash. Another student died from his injuries sustained in the crash so the accident actually took 4 lives. The students were ages 14-16. A young driver, driving way too fast lost control of the car, skidded across the road into the path of an oncoming SUV. The driver of the SUV was injured but survived the crash.

    • Patty Cox on March 4, 2017 at 10:01 pm

      Very very sad, my heart is breaking for all of these young men’s family and friends. As a mother of a senior at Thomas Stone this is every parents worst nightmare. I hope all students of Westlake and Stone and all area high schools please not allow these men to ldie in vain, please remember just how quickly things can go horribly wrong whether your on your phone, changing the radio station, texting or anything else that takes your eyes off the road even for a split second. In honor of all of these young men’s who’s lives were cut short make the extra effort to always be very careful when out driving. RIP

    • Anonymous on March 5, 2017 at 11:57 am

      Ummmm, the tornado was Mother Nature not human ignorance.

      • Wally on March 5, 2017 at 9:18 pm

        I bet you feel a lot better now, after calling the young man ignorant. You are not just a tool, you are the Sears 209 piece tool set!

      • Debbie on March 7, 2017 at 11:25 pm

        He was an 18 year old young man with his whole life ahead of him. People make mistakes but shouldn’t have to die for them. This family lost his Dad several years ago at the Navy Yard killings by some terrorist. Have some respect for this child and his family.

  2. Teri on March 4, 2017 at 1:53 pm

    Thoughts and prayers to the family and friends. God bless all of you.

  3. Jake on March 4, 2017 at 2:09 pm

    Omg bro you were such a great friend and i loved having your company

  4. Keep it Real on March 4, 2017 at 10:09 pm

    These losses are no less tragic, my thoughts and prayers go out to all the family members involved.

  5. Anonymous on March 5, 2017 at 6:39 pm

    this was a bright child very funny and full of life my daughters BFF he will be missed and he drove her home from work multiple times so before you judge maybe it was a random deer never jump to judge he loved life and we have the snapchats to prove it we will miss him and and his laugh gone but not forgotten !!

  6. Anonymous on March 6, 2017 at 8:45 am

    People under 21 should have to get a governor installed that would limit them to no more than 5mph over the posted speed limit. Too many young people being killed by speed and lack of experience. This puts us all in danger. Condolences to the family.

  7. Taj on March 6, 2017 at 8:57 am

    Anonymous, YOU ARE IGNORANT!

    • Anonymous on March 6, 2017 at 4:09 pm

      Which one? Anonymous is anyone who posts without entering a name in the Name field. Or are you calling all the Anonymous including the lady who’s child just lost her BFF IGNORANT?

  8. Anonymous on March 6, 2017 at 1:07 pm

    God bless the families of those lost on March 3, 2017. They were someone’s son, brother,friend. They died too soon!! Please be mindful, pull over to answer the phone, text. Wait to change that radio station. PLEASE!!!! You were a blessing here on earth,and had so much to live for. Your angels now!!! R.I.P. You won’t be forgotten.

  9. Anonymous on March 7, 2017 at 7:29 pm

    Anyone with any comment expressing anything but condolences or possibly positive solutions to help avoid losing lives to speed is ignorant. This isnt the place nor time to be a jerk.

  10. Toni Peters on March 12, 2017 at 11:45 am

    My heart goes out to everyone affected by losses of love ones, friends, acquaintances, etc. Whether untimely, or suffering from a long illness. Honor your loss from present to as far back as one needs to go to grieve their loss.

    Now; here is the hard part: Do we live the remainder of our lives in honor of the lives loss? Or do we continue to rip each other apart? Because we can. Why not be kind, generous, helpful to our neighbor. Whether we know them or not. Regardless of skin color, sexual orientation, or ethnic or religious beliefs.

    If our love ones could come back. I best they would tell you how precious life is. They would tell us. “Don’t waste precious time being unloving, nasty, to man and womankind.

    I’ve learned over the years. We can not control the world. We can only control “ourselves”. We can’t, at some point, even control our children. Once they get past thirteen (my opinion), the need for speed engulfs them. Not driving speed. But, hormone speed. They are so precious. Thinking they know everything at 13-18. While parents are praying just left them make it out of High School and college. How will they adjust when slapped in the face with the real world. Makes us question. How we as adults are doing. Since we burst out of our guardians home. Is our lives all we wanted it to be. Our have we become mean and sinister?

    Enjoy your time on this planet. For one day the bell will toll. And, our names will be called. To quote something from Dr M.L. King’s speech, ‘Drum Major for Justice’ ” I just tried to live a good and decent life”.

    In summary, thanks to the police officers, Emergency Medical, hospital personnel. Saving a lives, reducing chaos are their first priority. They are exposed to, sometimes horrible, horrific accident scenes with someone’s loved one inside. It has got to affect them.

    Now as nice as I try to be: Their is an exception. And, even in this I am trying to show love and patience in trying to understand this particular person’s train of thought.

    There is one officer in particular: The police officer that was recently suspended (rightfully so…). Not for having an opinion. We all have opinions. But, this officer! Was insensitive enough to put his unwelcomed, unwanted, and truly negative opinion online. Words that continued in ripping the hearts out of these parents, family members, and friends. It was in such a hurtful manner. Hurtful tone. Did you not hear two people died. Was that still not enough for you? Hopefully the lost in pay will have you think about the victims, the family left behind. When you come up another severe accident scene. Or,maybe you should take some time to decide whether you should be in the “Serve and Protect business? That came from such a very dark and cold space in your life. Seek therapy, insensitivity training. Dig deep to get in touch with thexpenses source of that anger. If not you might be a receipt for disaster. Request more time off with pay this time.

    To the families. Nothing I can truly say. Your hearts and minds are speaking louder than any words I cold render. Just let “time” take it’s course. But, also know “time” will never heal all wounds. Funny, how that works.

    It is Lent season. I gave up my one and only; my favorite activity for me. I also dedicated my Lent season to the lives loss. The lives everyone carries around in their hearts day-by-day. Everyone is trying, or had to get use to a new normal. One day at a time.

    In addition, to learn one of the young men lossed on Smallwood. His Father was lost in the Navy Yard shooting. Doubly sad. We need our Higher Power to get us through times like these.

    Lastly! Everyone. Have a great life. Remember, if our loves one could talk. They would tell us. “Always be careful, be kind, and enjoy your PRECIOUS LIFE. FOR YOU TRULY, ONLY GET ONE. “You could look around…..and we are gone.”

  11. Toni Peters on March 12, 2017 at 11:51 am

    Sorry, excuse the errors. I missed. My computer thinks it is helping me out with word spell.