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01/09/20101NYBUUNANA3W;W;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
Units from District III were in the area of LOI dealing with a large number of juveniles. Several of the units became involved in a short pursuit of the citizen's vehicle down Pennsylvania Avenue. The vehicle had been seen in the area where units had been deployed to deal with problem juveniles. Officer followed the vehicle northbound. Officer attempted to stop the vehicle, without success. The vehicle sped down Pennsylvania Avenue and attempted to get onto I-95 by using the northbound entrance ramp. The citizen lost control of the vehicle, drove off the roadway and crashed into the fence surrounding the Murry's Steak Warehouse. The involved citizen and witness #1 exited the vehicle and climbed over a fence into the warehouse parking lot. Officers also climbed the fence and pursued citizen and witness #1. As officers were pursuing them, the citizen turned and fired one round back in the direction of the officers. The involved citizen continued to run and rounded the corner of the building. The citizen took refuge behind an air conditioning unit on the side of the warehouse that paralleled Penn-Randel Place. Officer remained in his vehicle during the foot pursuit and drove onto Penn-Randel Place. He was able to position his vehicle to prevent the citizen from fleeing further down the road. Officers both came around the corner and confronted the citizen. The citizen came up from behind the barriers that surrounded the A/C unit an d pointed his weapon. The officer discharged their weapons at the citizen.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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02/11/20101FYLUUNANA1BU
Prince George's County Police Department
On February 11, 2010, at approximately 1406 hours, officers responded to the LOI to assist the fire department with a found decedent (John Doe) inside of a U-haul truck, which was parked outside. Upon arrival and investigating, homicide investigators and patrol officers began to check the interior of the residence for signs of a crime scene and or possible suspects. While checking the interior of the residence, officers observed Involved Citizen -- pointing a shotgun at his own head. For their safety, all officers exited the residence and a barricade situation was initiated. The Conflict Management Team responded and Involved Citizen -- was unresponsive to the crisis negotiators attempts to speak with him. Since Involved Citizen -- refused to communicate, the Emergency Services Team made entry into the residence to check on his welfare. While searching the residence, Officer was confronted by Involved Citizen, who was still armed with the shotgun. Involved Citizen -- was observed with the barrel of the gun in his mouth. After several commands to drop the weapon; -- refused and began to rotate the barrel towards officers. Being in fear, officer discharged his issued firearm, killing the Involved Citizen.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
Shotgun
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03/12/20101NUUUUNANA1BU
Prince George's County Police Department
Officer and witness were engaged in secondary employment at Lottsford Road and Ruby Lockhart Blvd. Both were directing traffic at that intersection. Officer was in the process of stopping traffic when a small veh accelerated at him and striking him. Officer discharged his service weapon at the veh as it struck him and continued on going.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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06/14/20101NNBUUNANA1WU
Prince George's County Police Department
Off-duty officer routine strong armed robbery. Suspect grabbed officer's weapon during struggle. The weapon discharged Officer sustained grazing wound on leg. Suspect's sustained injury to hand.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
Officer off-duty.
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08/17/20103N;N;NUB;B;BUUNANA4W;W;W;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
R observed a group of males standing in the parking lot of the Exxon gas station. R observed what appeared to be a hand-to-hand transaction. The group of males observed R in a marked police cruiser. The group of males proceeded to flee the scene in a maroon Dodge Caravan. R observed the vehicle proceed through a stop sign, without stopping. R ran the license plate of the Dodge Caravan. The vehicle was confirmed to be stolen through PG Co. on August 10, 2010 (Case Number: 10-222-0860). R subsequently activated his emergency equipment and attempted to stop the vehicle. The vehicle refused to stop and continued to flee southbound on Route 202. The vehicle then made a right turn onto Old Marlboro Pike and proceeded toward the courthouse in Upper Marlboro. The vehicle proceeded onto Judges Drive and turned into a parking lot next to the courthouse surrounded by a metal chain. The suspect vehicle accelerated through the chain barrier, over a street sign, over a curb and directly at a marked police cruiser (4635) being operated by Witness Officer with R2 occupying the front passenger seat. Both Witness Officer and R2 had exited the cruiser and began to approach the suspect vehicle when they thought it was contained in the parking lot. The suspect vehicle drove directly at Witness Officer causing him to dive back into his cruiser to avoid being struck. The suspect vehicle struck Witness Officer's cruiser on the front driver's side bumper. R2, fearing the suspect vehicle was attempting to strike witness Officer, discharged his issued service weapon at the driver of the suspect vehicle. The Suspect vehicle then traveled approximately ten yards before coming to rest after striking a brick wall adjacent to the parking garage of the courthouse. All three involved citizens were struck by gunfire and were subsequently transported to Prince George's Hospital for treatment. No officers were injured during this incident.
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10/04/20102NY;YB;UUUNANA2W;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
R-1 and R-2, operating as a 2-man patrol car, observed 84 suspect vehicles. Suspect vehicle fled into DC where it became disabled at Randle Circle. S-1 and S-2 bailed from suspect vehicle and fired on officers. R-1 and R-2 pursued suspects where S-2 fired of officers again. S-1 and S-2 apprehended.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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11/10/20101NYUUUNANA1BU
Prince George's County Police Department
R was walking from his apartment to his cruiser when an IC approached and announced a robbery. The IC and the R exchanged gunfire. The IC fled. No injury to the R.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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12/10/20101NYBUUNANA1BU
Prince George's County Police Department
Respondent was investigating an earlier robbery that had occurred in the area. Respondent stopped Involved Citizen. A struggle ensued and the Involved Citizen discharged (1) round at Respondent. Respondent discharged (5) rounds striking Involved Citizen. Involved Citizen was transported to PGH and was pronounced on 12/11/10.
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12/15/20101NYBUUNANA1BU
Prince George's County Police Department
R responded to a 7A call. Upon arrival IC produced a handgun. R drew his weapon and discharge (4) rounds at the IC. IC fled on foot. Several hours later, the IC was stopped in the area and taken to District III for questioning. The IC admitted his involvement in this incident.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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01/31/20111FULUUNANA4L;L;W;UU
Prince George's County Police Department
IC took a hostage during a bank robbery in Takoma Park. The IC, with the hostage, attempted to flee on foot when he was shot by the R's and 3 Takoma Park officers.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
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03/04/20111NYBUUNANA2W;BU
Prince George's County Police Department
R attempted a traffic stop on a UUV. UUV fled, striking another vehicle (30 sec. pursuit). As R exited his vehicle to approach the IC in the UUV, the IC put the car in reverse and began backing towards R. R fired three shots, striking the IC in the right shoulder.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
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03/10/20111FUBUUNANA4B;B;W;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
Police received a call for a man with a gun. Upon arrival, Involved Citizen pointed gun at officers. Officers chased the Involved Citizen and commanded him to drop his weapon. the Involved Citizen ignored all commands and grabbed his handgun pulling it from his clothing. The Responding Officers discharged their department issued firearms at the Involved Citizen, striking him multiple times. The Involved Citizen fell to the ground where he was handcuffed. He was transported to PGPHC where he succumbed to his injuries. In addition to Police Witness , there are nine (9) civilian witnesses who observed all or part of the incident.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
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03/17/20111NYBUUNANA3W;W;LU
Prince George's County Police Department
Respondents were conducting robbery surveillance in the area of Chillum Road & Queens Chapel Road when R observed disorderly subjects. R attempted to stop the IC; the IC fired his weapon at R, striking him in his gun belt. Respondents then exchanged gunfire with the IC, striking him several times in the torso and lower extremities.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
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04/07/20111FNBUUNANA3W;B;LU
Prince George's County Police Department
R's responded to call involving IC who was armed with an axe and trying to take his children from their daycare. IC was initially not on scene, but returned with the axe raised above his head and charged the respondents. R's fired, fatally striking the IC.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
Axe
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04/16/20111FNBUUNANA2B;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
R arrived on scene for a burglary call from a neighboring homeowner who observed a gunshot style hole in a window. Upon arrival, the homeowner (W#1) and her two sons (S#1 and W#2) were pulling into their driveway. Witness #1 explained to R that she suspected her son (S#1), who exhibited erratic behavior during questioning. S#1 fled from officers and a foot pursuit ensued. R deployed his taser, which did not take effect; S#1 grabbed R's baton and struck the R. During struggle and S#1's attempt to take R's weapon, R discharged his firearm, striking S#1. S was transported to the hospital and pronounced.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
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05/08/20111NYBUUNANA1WU
Prince George's County Police Department
Respondent responded to a report of a shooting. Suspect had shot his wife and fled scene. FBI assisted with cell phone pings and the S was located in area under a bridge. Respondent gave commands for Suspect to put his hands up, but Suspect produced handgun. Respondent fired his issued handgun, striking Suspect in upper chest. Suspect was transported to hospital for treatment. Also linked to CCN #11-128-2053.
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05/26/20111NYBUUNANA1WU
Prince George's County Police Department
Upon arriving to the LOI officers observed two shotguns on top of a vehicle as they approached. Before the officers could get the shotguns the IC came out of the LOI and walked towards the vehicle with the shotguns. Believing the IC was an imminent threat to himself and others, the R produced his dept issued weapon and fired two shots at the IC. It was subsequently learned the the IC was not struck by either shot.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits. Two shotguns.
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05/31/20111NNBUUNANA2B;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
Officers responded to a CDS Complaint at the LOI. Upon arrival the R's located the vehicle occupying the IC. R initiated a traffic stop and engaged in conversation with the IC. R advised the IC that a vehicle was going to get searched. As R's tried to turn the engine off the IC placed the vehicle on drive and drove off with the R's arm still in the vehicle. The R then discharged his dept issued weapon at the fleeing vehicle. R #2 began to pursue fleeing vehicle. R#2 was able to apprehend IC and recovered drugs. The IC vehicle was impounded. At that time no dept shooting notifications were made my R's. The IC was then released, without placing criminal charges due to him allegedly cooperating with the DEA. Both R's invoked their Miranda Rights and refused to provide a statement to the investigator.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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08/03/20111NYBUUNANA3W;W;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
R responded to the LOI for an IC armed with a handgun. As the officer and R exited the vehicle to stop the IC, IC fired two shots from a handgun at them, striking one of the officers on the left bicep, then fled on foot. R returned fire from his issued service weapon. The IC discarded his weapon and ran. IC was apprehended a short time later attempting to conceal himself in a storage roo of a vacant home. The IC had a wound on along his left forearm, the cause of that injury is not known. The IC confessed to shooting at the officers.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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11/12/20111FYBUUNANA6B;W;B;W;W;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
R's responded to a call from the mother of the IC (deceased), stating she believed her son was involved in a shooting that left two people dead at Arundel Mills Mall, just five hours earlier. R's set up a perimeter and observed the IC exiting the residence. The IC immediately retreated back inside and returned with a shotgun and an AK-47 assault rifle. The IC eventually sat on the driveway and after repeated attempts to get the IC to drop his weapons, the IC raised the shotgun and fired at least three times at officers, wounding one officer in his face and his leg. Officers returned fire at the IC, striking him fatally. R#1 received treatment for his injuries and is recovering at home. While searching the IC's vehicle, Anne Arundel County Police recovered a handgun they believe is the murder weapon from their double homicide the night earlier.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
Shotgun and assault rifle
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11/26/20111FYWUUNANA1BU
Prince George's County Police Department
Involved Citizen called Public Safety Communications and stated he wanted to kill himself because he was having problems with his wife. He said he wanted the police to kill him and would shoot at the police and make them shoot him. When officers were dispatched to the call, the R had responding officer's stage at Adams Funeral Home. Once there, Officers developed a tactical plan to set a perimeter around the Involved Citizen's residence and then assess the next course of action. Once on the scene and after establishing a perimeter, the Involved Citizen exited his house and discharged one round in an unknown direction, then fled back into his residence. At that time, R called a barricade and ordered other units to maintain their positions on the perimeter. After a short period of time, the Involved Citizen exited his residence a second time and began to approach the officers with an object in each hand. Witness Officer heard the Involved Citizen say, "If you're not coming to me, I am coming to you." The Involved Citizen continued to approach the officers while being ordered to stop and to get onto the ground. One witness officer and a civilian witness stated they heard another gunshot coming from the Involved Citizen. At that time, R discharged two rounds from his patrol rifle striking the Involved Citizen. Two semi-automatic pistols were recovered from the Involved Citizen when officers approached him and began to render him aid. Additionally, one 22 cal. round and one 22 cal. shell casing was recovered by the front door of the Involved Citizens residence. The Involved Citizen was transported to Southern Maryland Hospital where he was pronounce deceased.
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12/14/20111FYBUUNANA5B;B;B;W;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
All Involved Officers responded to LOI . While en route, units were advised that the IC was armed with a handgun and wanted to commit suicide. The IC exited his house armed with a handgun. The Officers on scene began to give verbal commands for the IC to drop his weapon. As the IC walked down the driveway, he raised the handgun up and pointed it in the direction of officers on the perimeter. All of the Involved Officers returned fire in the direction of the Involved Citizen, striking him causing him to fall to the ground.
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12/19/20111FYBUUNANA1BU
Prince George's County Police Department
The R observed the IC lying on the grass on the side of the road. At which time the R made a u-turn to check on the welfare of the IC. As the R exited his vehicle the IC displayed a handgun and pointed at the R. The R discharged his departmental issued handgun, striking the IC on the left hand, left leg and chest.
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01/24/20121NUBUUNANA1BU
Prince George's County Police Department
Respondent responded to the LOI for a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, the officers were confronted by a combative male and the incident escalated into a police involved shooting.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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04/09/20121FYBUUNANA1BU
Prince George's County Police Department
Respondent officer approached citizens and citizens fled on foot. R gave chase on foot, deployed taser striking one involved citizen. Involved citizen pulled prongs out and fled. R caught up to involved citizen at which time a physical altercation took place. The Involved citizen displayed a handgun and R fired his issued weapon striking the involved citizen in the neck. Fireboard responded and pronounced citizen dead. A 38 revolver handgun with five rounds, a glass vial with suspected PCP and a black ski mask were located on the Involved Citizen.
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04/12/20121NNBUUNANA1BU
Prince George's County Police Department
April 12, 2012 at 0304 hours, police responded to a call for burgalary/home invasion at LOI. Officers observed and confronted the Involved Citizen. The involved citizen laid face down on the ground as if to comply to officers. Involved Citizen suddenly rolled onto his back, sat up and pointed both hands towards officers. Respondent officer discharged her issued weapon at involved citizen. Involved citizen attempted to flee on foot, but was detained across the street from LOI.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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06/21/20121NNBUUNANA1LU
Prince George's County Police Department
On June 21, 2012, at 2339 hours Involved Officer responded to a call of gunshots. Upon arrival he exited his police cruiser and confronted Involved Citizen and two witnesses. Involved Officer advised them to sit on the ground, which all three complied. Involved Citizen then stood up and began to walk towards the residence at 5605 Kolb Street disobeying Involved Officer's verbal commands to stop and show his hands. Involved Officer fearing for his safety discharged his weapon at Involved Citizen. Involved Citizen fled a short distance when he eventually collapsed on the ground. It was then discovered that Involved Citizen suffered two gunshot wounds to his left leg. A canvass of the area revealed a 22 caliber Walter P-22 handgun found near the porch of 5603 Kolb Street. It was found within 10 feet of the area where Involved Citizen had fled towards the residence. In front of 5605, also in the path where Involved Citizen fled was an array of narcotics found to include, ecstasy, crack, marijuana, and a single marijuana blunt.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
29
07/05/20121NYBUUNANA3W;B;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
On July 5, 2012, 2221 hrs, at LOI a call for service was received for a male under the influence of PCP and armed with a handgun. Upon officers arriving at LOI Involved Citizen began to fire at officers. Officers returned fire. A foot pursuit ensued during which several non lethal force options were utilized in an attempt to apprehend Involved Citizen with negative results. Involved citizen entered a parked marked police cruiser in an attempt to flee. The involved citizen crashed the cruiser and an apprehension was made.
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07/28/20121NYWUUNANA1AU
Prince George's County Police Department
On July 28, 2012, 0104 hrs, IC was leaving LOI with two others for being disorderly. IC fired a handgun out the passenger window of a vehicle striking a witness officer working part-time at the LOI. Respondent Officer returned fire. Non- Contact departmental shooting. Charges pending on IC for 1st degree murder, 1st degree assault, reckless endangerment, use of a handgun in the commission of a crime of violence.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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08/19/20121NNBUUNANA1WU
Prince George's County Police Department
Officers were dispatched to the 5100 block of Woodland Blvd. for a naked man running down the street. Upon arrival in the area, Witness Officers observed the Involved Citizen, naked, sitting in front of the LOI covered in blood. The Involved Citizen had several large cuts to his arms, legs and chest and was talking to himself saying he wanted to die. While waiting for an officer with a taser, Fire Department personnel arrived on the scene. At that time, the Involved Citizen became agitated, stood up and approached the officers and the ambulance personnel with his fists balled. The Involved Citizen ignored the officer's commands to get on the ground and continued to approach the officers and ambulance personnel. At that time, Involved Officer arrived and deployed his taser striking the Involved Citizen in the torso. The Involved Citizen began to run then fell to the ground and grabbed the fire department's stretcher as his pulled the taser prongs from his chest. Several officers attempted to subdue the Involved Citizen and place him in handcuffs however; were not successful. The Involved Officer reloaded his taser with another cartridge and again deployed it on the Involved Citizen. Again, the officers attempted to place the Involved Citizen in handcuffs unsuccessfully. The Involved Officer attempted to deploy the taser for a third time but that deployment did not take effect. Involved Officer utilized the taser in drive stun several times as other officers continued to place him in handcuffs. The Involved Citizen was able to break away from the officers and charged Involved Officer saying he was going to kill him. At that time, Witness Officers saw Involved Officer transition to his service weapon and discharge one round striking the Involved Citizen in the upper body as he fell backward striking his head on the pavement. The Involved Citizen continued to actively resist the officer's but was subsequently handcuffed and placed on the fire department's stretcher. The Involved Citizen was transported to Prince George's Hospital Center by ambulance where he underwent surgery for a single gunshot wound to the upper right chest. Additionally, he was treated for severe lacerations to both arms. The Involved Citizen is currently in Intensive Care in critical condition. Involved Officer was also transported to Prince George's Hospital for a contusion to the back of his head. He was treated and subsequently released.
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09/18/20121NYBUUNANA2A;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
On Sept 18, 2012 at 2207 officers responded to a call for service involving a subject shooting a gun into the air. Upon officers arrival, subject matching the description fled on foot towards Washington, DC (Across Southern Ave). Witnesses approached Involved Citizen asking questions. Involved Citizen (IC) ran back towards Prince George's County. When R exited their marked cruisers Involved Citizen (IC) fired 3 to 4 rounds at R. Respondents returned fire striking the Involved Citizen. Involved Citizen was transported to Washington Hospital Center for treatment. Charges are pending on IC by MPDC.
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10/07/20121NNBUUNANA1WU
Prince George's County Police Department
On the above listed date and time, the Involved Officer responded to 3559 55TH Avenue Bladensburg, Maryland for a domestic dispute. When Involved Officer arrived on the scene he confronted the Involved Citizen who was armed with a knife. Witnesses advised the Involved Citizen was attempting to cut himself with the knife as Witness and Involved Officer were yelling for him to drop the knife. Instead of following the officer's commands, the Involved Citizen began to approach the Involved Officer with the knife in a threatening manner. Involved Officer discharged his service weapon striking the Involved Citizen. A short time later, Witness Officer arrived on the scene. Witness said he saw Involved Officer with his gun drawn, pointing it at the Involved Citizen who was lying prone on the ground. Witness Officer said he rolled the Involved Citizen onto his side to handcuff him when he observed a six inch folding type knife on the ground near his waistband. After handcuffing the Involved Citizen, Involved Officer and Witness Officer began to assess the injuries of the Involved Citizen when they observed cut marks on the Involved Citizen's chest. EMS personnel arrived on the scene and subsequently transported the Involved Citizen to the Prince George's Hospital Center where he is being treated for a gunshot wound to his left lower abdomen, a gunshot wound to his left lower leg and a gunshot wound to his left side that entered his chest cavity, severing his spinal column and causing damage to his liver. His injuries are described by hospital personnel as life threatening.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
Knife
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02/27/20131NUBUUNANA1BU
Prince George's County Police Department
On Feb. 27, 2013, 0906 hours, at LOI Officers responded to a residence for a breaking and entering in progress. Officers arrived on scene and covered front and rear entrances. Individuals exited the rear of the residence upon police arrival and the involved officer was faced with the Involved Citizen that was armed. Officer discharged her service weapon at the involved citizen. No contact was made and a foot chase ensued. Listed Involved Citizen was apprehended.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
35
07/06/20131NYBUUNANA1WU
Prince George's County Police Department
On Saturday, July 06, 2013 at approximately 2351 hours, citizens called 911 to report that Involved Citizen was breaking windows of 9510 Wellington Street, Lanham, Maryland while holding both a hammer and handgun. Patrol officers arrived and attempted to deescalate the situation for approximately 2-hours before calling a barricade and requesting the assistance of the Special Operations Division. Officers from the Emergency Services Team responded and relieved all patrol officers on scene. They used a public address system to establish contact with Involved Citizen. When attempts proved unsuccessful, Emergency Services Team deployed gas in the basement of the residence at approximately 0830 hours. Involved Citizen jumped out of the rear window of the residence while holding a handgun. He then made his way toward the fence at the edge of the property in an attempt to escape. In so doing, Involved Citizen ran toward the position of police sniper, Respondent . Respondent responded by yelling verbal commands at Involved Citizen to drop the weapon. Involved Citizen ignored Respondent and jumped the fence. Involved Citizen came upon the position of police sniper, Respondent. When Involved Citizen pointed his handgun in the direction of Respondent, Respondent discharged one round at Involved Citizen. The round did not contact Involved Citizen which allowed Involved Citizen time to continue his flight. Involved Handler then deployed his K-9 dog, . When the K-9 dog made seizure of Involved Citizen, Involved Citizen threw a silver semi-Automatic, Lorson, .380, handgun. Other officers then came to the area and placed Involved Citizen in handcuffs. Involved Citizen was transported to Prince George's General Hospital
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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10/08/20131FUBUUNANA1BU
Prince George's County Police Department
Involved Citizen was assaulting one of the listed witnesses, when police arrived on the scene the IC ran. Respondent gave chase and fired two shots striking the IC. IC died as a result of the gunshot wound.
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12/07/20131NYBUUNANA2W;UU
Prince George's County Police Department
Saturday, December 7, 2013, 2045 hours, the three Involved Citizens drove a stolen minivan to the PG Check Cashing, inc., at 6035 Marlboro Pike, District Heights, Maryland 20747. As they exited their van, one of the Involved Citizens exposed a handgun which was seen by Witness. The three Involved Citizens entered the check cashing business and proceeded to beat Witness while trying to obtain business funds. At the same time, Witness ran on foot in an attempt to notify police. Involved Officers approached Witness vehicle. Investigation is showing that when Involved Officers came up to the vehicle, Involved Officer approached the driver's side of the vehicle and Involved Officer approached the passenger side of the vehicle. Both Involved Officers discharged their firearms. Involved Officer discharged his weapon once and Involved Officer 2 discharged his weapon a total of two times. During this gunfire, Involved Officer was struck by a round in the chest; his body armor stopped the round. Involved Citizen was struck by a bullet in the right side of his face (jaw area).
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01/22/20141NYBUUNANA1WU
Prince George's County Police Department
On January 22, 2014, 1756 hrs, at LOI Police units responded to a T/A robbery at 3318 Walters Lane, Forestville, Md. A lookout for the suspects was provided over the police radio. Involved Officer observed the vehicle leaving the area and attempted to conduct a traffic stop. The driver refused to stop and the Involved Officer pursued it into Washington DC where the vehicle crashed into a utility pole. The suspects bailed out of the vehicle and attempted to flee on foot. The Involved Officer chased the Involved Citizen on foot into a lightly wooded area. The Involved Citizen reached into his waistband and the Involved Officer believing the Involved Citizen was reaching for a weapon discharged his weapon two times at the Involved Citizen. A Ruger P-90 (.45cal no serial number) pistol, with an extended magazine, was removed from the waistband of the Involved Citizen after he was taken into custody. The Involved Citizen was transported by ambulance to PGH where he was treated for his wounds. The Involved Citizen is currently in critical but stable condition.
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02/28/20141NYBUUNANA1LU
Prince George's County Police Department
On Feb. 28, 2014, 1934 hours, at LOI a call-for-service was dispatched. At nearly the same time, Involved Citizen called 911 and said that his friend, Witness 1 had been shot. Involved Citizen said in his statement that while on the phone with the 911 call-taker, he observed a police vehicle and was going to flag it down. At 1936 hours, Respondent arrived in the area and located the silver Mitsubishi sedan driving out of the area. Respondent waited for the vehicle to pass him then performed a u-turn. As he pulled up behind the vehicle, the driver, later identified as Involved Citizen, brought his vehicle to an abrupt stop in the middle of the roadway. Involved Citizen then quickly exited his vehicle and turned toward Respondent, while holding an object in his left hand. The preliminary investigation indicates that Respondent believed that Involved Citizen exited the Mitsubishi holding a handgun. As a result, he drew his handgun and fired two rounds through the windshield of his cruiser, at Involved Citizen. Neither round struck Involved Citizen.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
40
03/12/20141NYBUUNANA1BU
Prince George's County Police Department
On Wednesday, March 12, 2014 at LOI, Involved Officer was off-duty, in uniform, and operating his marked cruiser on Lanham-Severn Road. While driving, he looked down Green Haven and saw what he believed was an auto-tampering in progress. Involved Officer turned down Green Haven Drive and approached the occupied Honda. As Involved Officer came upon the vehicle, he turned on his spotlight and exited his cruiser. He walked up to the rear door and ordered the two occupants, Involved Citizen and Witness, to exit. Involved Citizen stepped out from the back door. As he did so, he dropped his handgun on the ground. Involved Officer saw Involved Citizen reach to pick it up and backed up to create distance. Involved Officer gave verbal commands for Involved Citizen to put his hands up. After which, Involved Officer discharged 4 rounds from his issued handgun. Two rounds struck Involved Officer's cruiser and two struck Involved Citizen. Involved Citizen was then taken into custody and transported to PGH for treatment.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
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04/05/20141FYBUUNANA1WU
Prince George's County Police Department
On Saturday, April 5, 2014, just before 0400 hours, the Involved Officer and the Witness were in a commercial parking lot in the 5200 block of Marlboro Pike, District Heights, Prince George's County, Maryland when they both a single gunshot a short distance down the street. The Involved Officer notified the Prince George's County Public Safety Communications Center dispatcher and the two officers proceeded to investigate the gunshot.The Involved Officer and the Witness were each in their cruiser, traveling toward the sound of the gunshot. They observed the Involved Citizen come out of an apartment complex parking lot crossing the Marlboro Pike. As the Involved Citizen saw the officers he changed directions, causing the officers to have to double back in order to make contact with him.The Witness parked her cruiser, exited, and began to pursue the Involved Citizen on foot and observed him throw an unknown object to the ground. The Witness gave the Involved Citizen multiple commands to stop. The Involved Citizen failed to comply with her commands. The Witness stated that she was gaining ground on the Involved Citizen, from behind, and attempted to grab him as she was closing the gap she could see the Involved Citizen begin to reach for his waistband. As she was reaching for the Involved Citizen she saw a flash immediately toward her left. She is not certain how many she saw, but it is possible there was more than one. The Witness stated that the Involved Citizen almost immediately went to the ground. As the Involved Citizen was going to the ground the Witness observed a handgun come out of the Involved Citizen's left hand. The Involved Officer and the Witness took up tactical positions to maintain control of the Involved Citizen. At this point the Involved Citizen was stilling breathing and moving. Once additional officers arrived the Witness went to cuff the Involved Citizen, but was instructed by the Involved Officer that it was not necessary. The Involved Citizen was transported by ambulance to Prince George's Hospital Center where he succumbed to his wounds.
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04/05/20142N;NNB;BUUNANA2B;BU
Prince George's County Police Department
On April 5, 2014, at approx. 1256 hours, the two Involved Officers responded to LOI for a domestic dispute call for service. The Involved Officers observed Involved Citizen was sitting in the driver's seat of a black Honda which was backed into the driveway of the LOI. Involved Citizen was at the rear of the vehicle looking in the open trunk. The Involved Officers approached the vehicle on foot. When Involved Citizen saw the officers approaching he started to back up, he then put the vehicle in drive and started forward. While the vehicle was moving forward, Involved Citizen ran up and got into the passenger seat of the moving vehicle. Involved Officer was in the roadway as Involved Citizen made a right turn towards him. Both Involved Officers were ordering Involved Citizen to stop the vehicle. Involved Citizen partially drove over the curb as he drove towards Involved Officer. Involved Officer was attempting to get out of the way of the turning and accelerating vehicle. However Involved Officer was struck in the left leg by Involved Citizen's vehicle. Both Involved Officers discharged their issued firearms at Involved Citizen's vehicle. Both Involved Citizens were struck by the officer's rounds. After striking the officer, Involved Citizen fled down Temple Hills Rd, eventually turning on to Kirby Rd. At Kirby Rd and Old Branch Ave. Involved Citizen pulled into bank parking lot. Involved Citizen exited the Honda and got into a gold Toyota. The female driver of the Toyota then drove Involved Citizen to Southern Md. Hospital. Involved Citizen drove to 4613 Alcon Ave. where he abandoned the Honda and got into another unknown type vehicle driven by an unknown person. Involved Citizen was driven to Prince George's Hospital where he walked into the emergency room waiting area alone. The person who drove Involved Citizen there is yet to be identified.
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05/30/20142F;NN;NB;BUUNANA2B;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
On 5/30/2014 at approx. 0212 hrs. the Involved Officers responded to a call of two subjects arguing in front of the apartment building at 3370 Curtis Dr., one subject was reported as being armed with a long gun. Upon arriving the Involved Officers observed the Involved Citizen and Witness in front of the apartment building. The Involved Citizen was armed with a rifle. The officers identified themselves and told the Involved Citizen and Witness to drop their guns. The Involved Citizen turned towards the officers pointing the long gun in the officers' direction. Both Involved Officers discharged their issued firearms striking the Involved Citizen. The Witness upon hearing the shots laid down on the ground and threw the gun in his hand away from his body. The Involved Citizen was transported to PGH where he was pronounced dead. After the shooting it was discovered that the Involved Citizen's long gun was actually a pellet/ air soft weapon. The handgun the Witness had was a pellet/ air soft weapon as well.
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Both armed with "pellet/soft air weapon."
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06/22/20141NNBUUNANA2L;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
On June 22, 2014 at 2348 hrs, Respondents were working Stationary Overtime assignment in District 1. While parked at the LOI R1 was approached by IC speaking incoherently. R1 saw that IC was armed with a 10" knife. R2 arrived and deployed his Taser, though it had no effect. R1 discharged 2 rounds from his issued handgun. IC was struck once in the left hip.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
Knife
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08/16/20141FYBUUNANA5L;B;W;W;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
On Saturday August 16, 2014, 1255 hrs., at LOI officers responded to 4208 Farmer Pl. for the report of a shooting. The Involved Citizen had shot Victim 2 and Victim 3 at that location. The Involved Citizen was seen by witnesses taking the 3 year old Victim 1 from the home and placing her in his car. Officers observed the Involved Citizen's vehicle leaving the area as they were driving towards the scene. Several officers pursued the Involved Citizen from the location to the area of Branch Ave. and Auth Rd. At one point the Involved Citizen pulls his vehicle to the right side of the road. As the officers exit their vehicles the Involved Citizen fired his weapon. Involved Officers all discharge their weapons at the Involved Citizen. The Involved Citizen then drives away. Another short pursuit takes place after which Involved Officer uses his vehicle to push the Involved Citizen's vehicle onto the side of the road. Officers again exit their vehicles to confront the Involved Citizen. The Involved Citizen again fires at the officers and Involved Officers all discharge their weapons at the Involved Citizen. The officers then approached the vehicle and found Victim 1 under the Involved Citizen. Victim 1 was suffering from one gunshot wound to the head. The Involved Citizen was suffering from multiple gunshot wounds and was pronounced dead at the scene. A revolver was recovered from under the leg of the Involved Citizen.
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03/30/20151NNBUUNANA1WU
Prince George's County Police Department
On Monday, March 30, 2015 at 2247 hours Involved Officer and Police Witness were driving together in the area of Drylog Road, Capitol Heights when they observed a black Infinity without the proper stickers on the rear tag and fail to yield when making a right turn. Involved Officer attempted to conduct a vehicle stop. The vehicle accelerated away and officers pursued. The black Infinity turned onto 71st Court and became stuck in the dead end. While the driver, Involved Citizen, attempted to turn the car around, Involved Officer then struck Involved Citizen 's vehicle on the driver's side. Involved Citizen accelerated toward Involved Officer. Involved Officer, feeling in fear of his life, discharged 9 rounds. Involved Citizen drove out of the court and continued to flee. Officers continued to give chase. Shortly thereafter, the pursuit was cancelled via radio. An unknown municipal officer, however, is believed to have continued to chase. At the time of this writing, that detail could not be independently verified.Simultaneously, officers in in King Sector had staged on Silver Hill Road in anticipation of the pursuit entering District 4. Those officers, though had been listening to the G talkgroup and were aware that it was an unauthorized pursuit. When they saw the pursuit enter District 4 they got behind the Municipal vehicle that was still in the pursuit. Eventually, 24J authorized a pursuit and they activated their emergency equipment. They pursued until 24J canceled the pursuit again. After which time the pursuing vehicle acknowledged that they were still following the suspect vehicle. They eventually followed Involved Citizen down a dead end street. At which point, Involved Citizen turned around and attempted to drive around Police Witness . Involved Citizen clipped the corner of Police Witness and lost control of his vehicle. He then struck a tree causing disabling damage. Officers approached with guns drawn and broke out the driver's door window. They opened the door and ordered Involved Citizen to the ground without incident. He was then handcuffed and taken into custody.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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06/09/20152N;NYB;BUUNANA1WU
Prince George's County Police Department
The suspect vehicle, a Ford Mustang, was stolen from a rental company in the Baltimore Area earlier in the day. The rental company was providing GPS locations for both vehicles, allowing the Involved Officer and Witness to locate them in the Giant Food parking lot, near the Suntrust Bank. The rental company was able to remotely disable the engine of the Mustang. When this occurred, the Involved Officer and Witness coordinated their approach to the Mustang to attempt to arrest the occupants. Witness believed that it was only occupied once, because he did not see Involved Citizen, who was lying back in the passenger seat. The Involved Officer approached from the driver's side of the Mustang in his leased pickup truck. Wness approached from the rear in an unmarked Impala. While both were in plain clothes, both officers had tactical vests on that clearly identified them as police officers. The Involved Officer moved from his vehicle around the front of the Mustang to the passenger side of the Mustang. He observed one of the vehicle's occupants display a handgun. He discharged his service weapon at occupants of the Mustang striking both of the Involved Citizens. The Involved Officer extricated InvolveCitizen through the rear window, which was broken out, because he was in the rear seat of the vehicle. Involved Citizen was extricated through the passenger door. Witness conducted a search incident to arrest of Involved Citizen and recovered a loaded .357 revolver from his front right pocket. When Involved Citizen was secured, Witness photographed the gun in Involved Citizen's pants. Witness stated Involved Citizen had gloves, and that Involved Citizen may have had gloves on as well. A black .40 caliber semi-automatic pistol was recovered from Involved Citizen. It had one round in the chamber and 10 in the magazine.
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07/11/20151NYBUUNANA1BU
Prince George's County Police Department
On Saturday, July 11th, 2015 at approx. 0251 hrs. the Involved Officer observed the listed vehicle fail to stop for a red light on Prince Place at Campus Way South. The Involved Officer conducted a traffic stop in front of 10223 Campus Way South. As he approached the vehicle the Involved Officer saw that the vehicle was occupied by four subjects (Involved Citizen and the three Witnesses). When the Involved Officer reached the vehicle he observed a handgun laying in the back seat between the Involved Citizen and Witness. The Involved Officer backed away from the vehicle and drew his service weapon. The Involved Citizen then exited the vehicle with a handgun in his hand. The Involved Officer then discharged his weapon one time at the Involved Citizen. The Involved Officer kept the remaining three occupants of the vehicle detained until back-up arrived.The responding units set up a perimeter. Air-1 and K-9 (T-141) responded to the scene and searched for the Involved Citizen with no results.The Witnesses were transported to CID where they were interviewed by Homicide and SIRT. The Driver of the vehicle stated that the Involved Citizen was armed with a handgun when he exited the vehicle.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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08/14/20151FNBUUNANA3B;W;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
On Friday, August 14, 2015, at about 2330 hours, Involved Officer -- conducted a traffic stop in the 5300 block of Marlboro Pike near the intersection of Brooks Drive. As Involved Officer -- conducted the traffic stop, a collision occurred at the intersection of Marlboro Pike and Brooks Drive between Vehicle 1 and Vehicle 2. The driver of Vehicle 1, Involved Citizen --, exited his vehicle and fled on foot in the direction of Walker Mill Road. Involved Officer -- pursued Involved Citizen -- and caught up to him in a grassy area next to the intersection of Marlboro Pike and Walker Mill Road. Involved Officer -- drew his service weapon as he attempted to apprehend Involved Citizen --. Involved Citizen -- attempted to disarm Involved Officer -- and a struggle ensued during which 3 rounds were fired from Involved Officer --'s service weapon. Involved Citizen -- continued fighting with Involved Officer --. Involved Officer Cicale responded to the scene and deployed his Taser on Involved Citizen --, who continued fighting. Involved Officer Finn also responded to the scene and struck Involved Citizen -- with his ASP baton as Involved Citizen -- continued fighting with officers. The Involved Officers were eventually able to subdue and handcuff Involved Citizen --. After doing so, the Involved Officers discovered that Involved Citizen -- had been shot in groin area. PGFD was notified and Involved Citizen -- was transported to Prince George's Hospital where he was taken into surgery but passed away due to his injures. Toxicology tests determined that Involved Citizen -- had marijuana and opiates in his system. Involved Officer -- was transported to PGH for treatment of abrasions to his arms.
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10/20/20151NNWUUNANA2B;UU
Prince George's County Police Department
Officers responded to a domestic for the second time in the same day. While officers were at the LOI, the Involved Citizen drove by the LOI. The officers followed the I.C. to a park where the officer tried to initiate a traffic stop. The I.C. would not stop and the I.C. rammed the cruiser disabling it. The I.C. drove circles around the disabled cruiser kicking up dust/gravel. The I.C. then rammed another cruiser that arrived on the scene. The Respondent exited his cruiser and fired shots at the I.C. has he drove towards him. The I.C. then drove away in at attempt to escape. The I.C. wrecked his van and then bailed out of his vehicle on foot. A foot pursuit ensued and the I.C. was apprehended after a Maryland Park Police officer used a taser to subdue the I.C.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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11/02/20151FYBUUNANA2W;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
On November 2, 2015, at approximately 1917 hours, officers responded to 207 River Bend Road, Ft. Washington, MD., for the report of a carjacking. The Involved Officers located the vehicle fleeing the area and began to pursue. The pursuit was authorized by 34J Lt. Ruff. The units pursued the Involved Citizen down around the Southern Avenue area, crossing back and forth over the DC line. The Involved Citizen's vehicle blew out the front right tire while on Southern Avenue. The Involved Citizen drove down Naylor Road and turned right onto the 2900 block of Gainesville St. SE. The Involved Citizen then struck a parked car which disabled his vehicle. The Involved Citizen exited his vehicle and fled towards an apartment building with the Involved Officers pursuing on foot. The Involved Citizen jumped over a small iron fence and into the yard of the building. The Involved Citizen then turned towards the pursuing Involved Officers. The Involved Officers discharged their firearms. The Involved Officers approached and handcuffed the Involved Citizen. A firearm was located under the Involved Citizen when he was taken into custody. The handgun was left on the ground for MPDC evidence to recover. The Involved Citizen was transported to PGH by fire board. The Involved Citizen was pronounced dead at 2027 hours by Dr. --.
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12/23/20151NUBUUNANA1WU
Prince George's County Police Department
On December 23, 2015 at approx. 1350 hours, officers responded to the LOI in reference to a suspicious occupied vehicle that was parked in the area of the 13100 block of Clarion Court, Ft. Washington, Maryland. Upon arrival at the location, Involved Officer -- and Witness -- activated their overhead lights and initiated a traffic stop. During contact with the occupants, the rear left side passenger, the Involved Citizen, exited the vehicle and Witness Officer -- then began to close the distance between his vehicle and the Involved Citizen. While approaching the vehicle, Witness Officer -- opened his ASP baton in response to the aggressive posture displayed by the Involved Citizen. As Witness Officer -- approached, Involved Officer -- observed a handgun being brandished by Involved Citizen and yelled "GUN!" and then discharged two rounds at the Involved Citizen. The Involved Citizen fled on foot from the area of the traffic stop towards the ravine at the end of Clarion Court. Both officers remained on the scene of the traffic stop and detained the two remaining occupants of the vehicle while they broadcasted a lookout. A perimeter was established with the assistance of additional patrol officers. The Involved Citizen was apprehended by Witness Officers -- and -- in a wooded area adjacent to Clarion Court. At the time of apprehension, the Involved Citizen was not in possession of a handgun. Civilian Witness -- stated that he heard someone yell "gun" and then he heard two shots.When interviewed, the Involved Citizen admitted that he exited the vehicle with a gun but claimed it was a BB gun. He stated that he was trying to get the weapon into his waist band when he exited the vehicle. The Involved Citizen was transported to Fort Washington Hospital. After being treatment for dehydration, he was transported to CID to be interviewed. Involved Officer -- was transported to CID where he was served with departmental paperwork and placed on Administrative Leave.Arrangements were made for the Academy class to respond to the scene on 12/24/15 to conduct a search of the area for the Involved Citizen's weapon.The Involved Citizen will be charged by CID/Homicide with Possession with Intent to Distribute and possession of handgun.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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03/15/20161NYBUUNANA4B;W;W;WU
Prince George's County Police Department
Involved Citizen and his 2 brothers (other 2 Involved Citizens) planned an ambush on District III Station. The brothers recorded the incident with a cell phone. The Involved Citizen fired rounds at the station to draw officers out to complete his "Suicide by Cop" plan. Respondent Pfc. -- was shot and died as a result of the gunshot wound. All Involved citizens were arrested and charges are pending.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
Officer died.
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07/15/20161NYBUUNANA1LU
Prince George's County Police Department
Officers received a call for a man with a gun at an apartment complex. Upon arrival witnesses stated they saw a man running with a gun in his hand. When the Respondent caught up to the Involved Citizen the I.C. pointed a gun at the Respondent and the R fired his service weapon, missing the I.C. The I.C. fled on foot and was later apprehended without further incident.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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08/19/20161NUBUUNANA1WU
Prince George's County Police Department
District III SAT/A were assisting NED in locating Involved Citizen -- who was suspected in a Home Invasion. Witness -- observed Involved Citizen -- driving in the area of Central Ave and Shady Glen Drive. Witness -- followed Involved Citizen -- onto Shady Glen Drive and then activated the emergency equipment on his marked police cruiser to initiate a traffic stop. Involved Citizen -- turned his vehicle off of Shady Glen Drive and onto Shady Glen Terrace where he bailed out of the vehicle in front of 7410 Shady Glen Terrace. Witness -- and Witness --, who was riding with Witness --, exited their vehicle to follow Involved Citizen -- on foot. Involved Officer -- was following behind Witnesses -- and -- and observed Involved Citizen -- turn and point a handgun towards the officers. In fear for their lives, Involved Officer -- fired three rounds from his AR-15, striking Involved Citizen -- in the left forearm. Involved Citizen -- was then apprehended and transported to PGH for treatment of his injuries. A silver and black .40 caliber handgun was located on scene.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
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12/13/20161NYBUUNANA1BU
Prince George's County Police Department
Officers responded to the area of Urn St and Nova Ave. Capital Heights, MD for the report of a male firing a handgun at a street light. Officers met up before entering the area. As the officers were proceeding into the area, another call from a citizen advised that the male had gotten into a black Mercedes and was leaving the area. The officers spotted a black Mercedes leaving the area. When they tried to stop the vehicle it fled. The officers pursued the vehicle until -- came on the air and discontinued the pursuit. Immediately after the officers stopped pursuing they observed the Mercedes pull to the side of the road on Southern Ave. near E. St. Washington D.C. The officers, in two separate cruisers approached the Mercedes. One cruiser pulled to the front of the Mercedes while the other cruiser pulled to the rear. The Involved Citizen then put the Mercedes in reverse and hit the cruiser parked behind it, cruiser #5440. The officers then approached the Mercedes. The Involved Officer approached the Mercedes on the passenger side, while the Witness officers approached the driver's side door. The Involved Officer opened the passenger door, saw a handgun in the lap of the Involved Citizen, who was sitting in the driver's seat. The Involved Officer then entered the vehicle with his issued service weapon drawn. Once in the vehicle the Involved Citizen hit the officer's handgun which caused the officer to discharge his weapon into the roof of the vehicle. The Involved Officer lost control of his weapon and it fell into the driver's seat. The Involved Officer then exited the vehicle without his weapon. The Witness Officers opened the driver's door and pulled the Involved Citizen out of the vehicle. The Involved Citizen continued to struggle and the Witness Officer -- deployed his issued Taser. The Involved Citizen continued to struggle and a second deployment from the Taser was used. The Involved Citizen was then handcuffed.
PrinceGeorgesCounty
No hits.
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12/31/20161FYBUUNANA1BU
Prince George's County Police Department
Officers respondent to a call for a suspicious vehicle that had been parked outside a vacant home for hours. Upon approach the two subjects inside the vehicle were sleeping. The passenger woke up and attempted to flee on foot and was later apprehended. The Driver grabbed a handgun and pointed it at one of the officers. The Respondent then fired through the windshield at the Involved Citizen striking him in the chest and abdomen.
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