4 August 2021
Police are investigating after a 68-year-old pedestrian was struck by a F-350 truck at Martin State Airport in Baltimore County on Tuesday
#BCoPD has arrested and charged 24-year-old Jawuan Williams with Kidnapping, Second Degree Assault and other related charges in connection to the attempted kidnapping in the 4400 block of Fullerton Avenue on April 3. ^NL
Two people were shot and killed in Takoma Park, MD on Wednesday after an off-duty Pentagon Police Officer thought he saw them breaking into a car, according to the Takoma Park Police Department
Frederick shooting surveillance video shows a sailor being chased, like he told the @NicolockPaving employees. VID shows a black car (behind white truck) follow the @USNavy member, who appears to try and take shelter behind moving vehicles before falling
Takoma Park, MD police are investigating a police involved shooting which has left two men dead. @TakomaParkPD just released a statement about the incident which happened at 5:03 this morning and involved an off duty Pentagon officer
Firefighters are going on top of the building with chain saws. out windows. Building seems empty now
Baltimore city fire dept on scene of a fire on Fleet Street. Initial reports say people were trapped - haven't confirmed
I'm told on scene a number of people had to be rescued. They are conducting a search of the first and second Floor now. Police have surrounding roads blocked off. Fire looks to be out now @wjz
Dr. David Fowler, a state medical examiner for 17 years before stepping down in 2019, is the first expert witness submitted by lawyers for Minnesota Police Officer Derek Chauvin, charged with the murder of George Floyd
Police say a man was struck and killed yesterday at Martin State Airport
The Navy medic who shot and wounded two U.S. sailors before being killed by police on a nearby Army base did stints in Texas before being assigned to a Naval medical research center in Maryland
@Fred_MD_Police releasing the photo of subject Fantahun Girma Woldesenbet, 38, of Frederick, who was shot and killed by Fort Detrick’s civilian military police after initially shooting two people in the 8400 Block of Progress Drive and then driving onto Fort Detrick
Rotating_light NEWS A gas leak has been reported near a UMBC campus building. The gas is shut off and BGE is leading the repair; 4 buildings have been evacuated
Baltimore County Police are investigating a shooting in Columbia at the 5000 block of Three Kings Lane
Officers Identify and Arrest Two Suspects in Assault Case at Taco Bell on Smallwood Drive -
One man is dead after shooting two men at a Maryland business. The 38-year-old suspect was a Navy medic
# : Frederick Police said the shooting incident is no longer active after a suspect shot two people at Riverside Tech Park. The suspect then was shot and killed at Fort Detrick. The U.S. Navy says sailors were involved, per the AP
2 people shot and flown to Shock Trauma. Police say shooter shot two people at Riverside Tech Park. The shooter then went to Ft. Detrick where he was killed
Two adult male shooting victims in critical condition at a Baltimore hospital, shooting suspect shot dead on base at Fort Detrick, police say. No current risk to the public
"The U.S. Navy can confirm there was an active shooter incident at Fort Detrick, MD involving U.S. Navy Sailors. We will continue to update with additional details as the situation evolves
Nicolock paving in Frederick for a shooting investigation.
Witnesses describe a terrible chaotic scene. Shooting in building.people running to escape. Shooter pursuing and firing mid street
The shooting occurred at NicoLock Paving Stones on Progress Court. The Frederick SWAT team was deployed to the scene, the channel added. The incident is no longer considered an active shooter threat
Active shooter taken down at Fort Detrick. Several 911 callers report an active shooter at nearby locations at 8:30am EST. Multiple people reportedly shot. 1 confirmed victim at hardware store - Gunman taken down at Fort Detrick security gate
Scene responding to an active shooter in the 8400 block of Progress Drive. Currently there are two victims and one suspect is down. - Fredrick Maryland Police
Photo: Authorities are on the scene of an active shooter incident Tuesday morning in Frederick, Maryland. Currently, there are two victims and a suspect down, according to police
2 injured in Maryland shooting, suspect is 'down':
Police in Frederick are responding to a report of an active shooter in the city Tuesday morning. Wivell said there were two victims in the shooting, but there is no word yet on their conditions.
Two people injured in shooting in Frederick, Maryland; the suspect is "down," in the 8400 block of Progress Drive.
Frederick police said officers are responding to an active shooter in the 8400 block of Progress Drive
Severe weather moving through Central and South US, wildfire danger Southwest
We are on scene responding to an active shooter in the 8400 block of Progress Drive. Currently there are two victims and one suspect is down
Frederick, MD - active shooter - several scenes with victims - all schools going on lockdown
Maryland State Police said Starr, 68, was one of two people who died in a collision on Route 301 near Harbour Drive about 10:24 p.m. Sunday
A non contact shooting in the 5300 block of Sheriff Road in Fairmount Heights
Baltimore County Police say to be on the lookout for a suspicious male lingering around schools in Overlea
PGPD investigating non-contact shooting involving an off-duty federal officer in the 5300 blk Sheriff Rd. Fairmount Heights. (2:15AM) No injuries reported. Scene still active, police investigating circumstances of the incident
Male suspect, who was possibly sexually assaulting a female, fired at an off-duty federal officer at the Ebony Inn, 5367 Sheriff Rd in Fairmount Heights. Officer returned fire. Police trying to sort it out now
Police are investigating a shooting that happened earlier Monday night in Southwest Baltimore at the 4600 block of Edmondson Avenue
Anne Arundel police patrol and school resource officers will focus on connecting students with mentors and counselors instead of arresting them for juvenile offenses under an experimental "pre-arrest diversion" program launched in January
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