Dispute Leads to Discharged Handgun in South Baltimore

| July 7, 2016 | 0 Comments

On Tuesday night a dispute between what Baltimore Police (BPD) are describing as “known acquaintances” began on the 1400 block of Olive St. It resulted in the discharging of a handgun. No one was injured in the event and BPD is investigating the incident. BPD is attempting to identify the following suspects:

Suspect 1- male, black, 6’1 height

Suspect 2- male, black, 5’8; 175 lbs, med build, dark complexion, white/black shorts

Suspect 3- male, black, 28 years of age, dread locks, black hat armed with a handgun

If anyone has any information to help in the investigation BPD said to call the Citywide Shooting line at 410-396-2221.

At least two of the bullets hit rowhouses on the 1300 block of S. Charles St.

One of the residents whose home was hit with a bullet told SouthBMore.com that the bullet punctured their first-story window, damaged their blind, and hit a stairway wall before likely falling to the ground. He and his family were on the second floor of their home at the time. A bullet also punctured their next door neighbor’s second- story window. He said the police were very quick and responsive.

Photo from the home: 



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