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Police Press Release February 20, 2018

Eastern District


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On February 19, 2018 at approximately 5:20 p.m., officers responded to the 600 block of Red Cedar Road for an overdose/possible suicidal subject. The adult male caller stated that he was home alone and had taken illegal drugs.  He began talking irrationally and making statements that indicated he was having hallucinations. As officers and fire department personnel arrived at his residence, the subject advised the 911 call taker that he had a gun and continued making irrational statements and having hallucinations.


Officers set up a perimeter around the residence and were able to confirm that no one else was inside the residence with the subject. After several failed attempts to have the subject exit the residence, the department’s Quick Response Team (QRT) was dispatched for additional resource/assistance. As officers were talking to the subject via cell phone, the subject fired several gun shots inside the residence.


            Officers maintained dialogue with the individual throughout the night and into the day on Tuesday, February 20, 2018.  At several points during the day, the subject fired rounds at officers outside the residence. Crisis negotiators continued their efforts throughout the day, and, at approximately 3:00 p.m., the individual was safely taken into custody.  No officers were injured during this incident.


The investigation is still ongoing and charges are currently pending.  Information regarding the identity of the individual is being withheld pending the completion of the investigation. 


Northern District

Firearm Violation - Brooklyn Park

On February 18, 2018 at approximately 1:45 a.m., an officer conducted a traffic stop at East 11th Ave & Victory Ave on a Dodge Caravan for a registration violation. When the officer was approaching the driver, she observed the front seat passenger attempting to conceal a rifle. Both occupants were then removed from the vehicle. During a search of the vehicle, the officer also located a sawed-off 12 gauge shotgun concealed inside of a shopping bag. Both suspects were arrested charged accordingly.  The passenger was found to be a convicted felon on probation for robbery in Baltimore County, and prohibited from possessing firearms.

Items seized:

  • Montgomery Ward-Western Field .22 cal. rifle w/59 rounds of ammunition
  • Montgomery Ward-Western Field  12 gage shotgun (sawed off) w/10 rounds of 00 buckshot


1)      Jerrell Preston Baines (passenger)

DOB 5/31/91

16460 Old Frederick Road

Mount Airy, Maryland 21771

2)      Felicia Juanita Haughton

DOB 9/22/87

16460 Old Frederick Road

Mount Airy, Maryland 21771

Citizen Robbery - Glen Burnie

On February 17, 2018 at approximately 3:00 p.m. officers responded an address on Norman Drive in Glen Burnie, for a robbery that had occurred earlier. An adult female victim advised that at approximately 2:00 p.m. she was at the Dollar Tree located at 6651 Ritchie Highway. She reported that while in the parking lot, she was approached from behind by the suspect who implied he had a weapon and demanded money. The victim complied and the suspect fled the scene. She then drove home to her residence and called police.

Officers responded to the area of the Dollar Tree and conducted a canvass but were unable to locate witness/or video surveillance. The only information that she could provide is the suspect was wearing a dark colored hat. Detectives from the Northern District will be conducting a follow up investigation.

Suspect: Unknown race male wearing a dark colored hat


Shooting (Non-Fatal) - Brooklyn Park

On February 17, 2018 at approximately 5:39 a.m., officers responded to BWMC for a complaint of a walk-in shooting victim. The adult female victim stated that while sleeping in her vehicle outside her house in the 5000 block of Brookwood Road an unknown person randomly opened her car door and shot her in the right leg. The victim then drove herself to the hospital to seek treatment. The victim advised she did not see the suspect and could not provide officers any type of suspect description.

Several officers responded to the Brookwood Road area and conducted a thorough canvass of the neighborhood but could not locate a crime scene, or any witness. Detectives from Northern District will be conducting a follow investigation. The victim in this incident suffered a non-life threatening wound to her leg. She was treated and released.   

Suspect: Unknown

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