Crime, Emergency Response

Middle River shooting victim dies

MIDDLE RIVER, MD – Police have released additional information on Monday night’s shooting in Middle River, which is now being investigated as a homicide. At just before midnight on August 19, officers received a call for a shooting in the 200-block of Shagbark Road (21220). Officers arrived and found the victim, a 44 year old male, inside the house. The …


Crime, Emergency Response

Shooting reported in Middle River

UPDATE: Police confirm that the victim has died. Original story below… —— MIDDLE RIVER, MD – Units are responding to a late-night shooting in Middle River. At just after midnight on Tuesday, August 20, officers responded to the 200-block of Shagbark Road (21220) for a report of a shooting. At the scene, paramedics found a male victim suffering from a …


Female pedestrian struck, killed in White Marsh

WHITE MARSH, MD – A 35-year-old woman was killed when she was struck by a vehicle in White Marsh on Wednesday night, according to authorities. At just before 11:30 p.m. on August 14, officers responded to the intersection of Philadelphia Road and New Forge Road (21162) for a pedestrian-involved crash. Investigators have determined that a 2005 Buick was traveling eastbound …

Pedestrian struck, killed in Essex

UPDATE: The victim’s name has been corrected, per the Baltimore County Police Department. The correct name is now listed in the story below… —— ESSEX, MD – are investigating after a woman was struck and killed in Essex on Thursday. At just after 12:15 p.m., officers responded to the 1200-block of S. Marlyn Avenue (21221) for a report of a …

Parkville man killed in I-695 motorcycle crash

PARKVILLE, MD – Maryland State Police are investigating a motorcycle crash in which one person died on Sunday evening in Anne Arundel County. At just before 8 p.m., troopers responded to motorcycle crash in the area of I-695 at Route 2 in Glen Burnie. The driver of the motorcycle, 34-year-old Brian O’Keith Norris, of Parkville, was pronounced dead at the …

County Executive issues statement on mass shootings in Texas, Ohio

NOTTINGHAM, MD – In the wake of two mass shootings over the weekend – one in El Paso, Texas and another in Dayton, Ohio – Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski tweeted the following on Sunday: “More senseless acts of violence carried out in our country from someone armed with a gun. We must get serious about sensible and reasonable reform …