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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, Md. (WJLA) - A police officer was killed in Prince George's County after he went to help his neighbor during a domestic dispute Wednesday, police said.

Police confirmed that the suspect, 37-year-old Glenn Tyndell, was shot and killed by police after leading them on a chase from Brandywine to Fort Washington.

Cpl. Mujahid Ramzziddin had served in the Prince George's County Police Department for 14 years.

Prince George's County Police Chief Hank Stawinski and other officials spoke about Ramzziddin's death in a press conference Wednesday afternoon.

Sources said a woman called police and told them that her husband had shot a police officer. Sources told WJLA's Brad Bell that Ramzziddin was the woman's neighbor and was off-duty and at home but went to her house after she asked for his help with a domestic dispute.
Officers then responded and the woman gave them a description of a vehicle her husband might be driving after he fled the scene. That reportedly led to a police chase and Tyndell allegedly shot a gun at officers while driving on Route 301.

Witnesses told Bell the chase ended in Fort Washington where the man got out of his car and continued shooting at police. Officers returned fire and Tyndell died from his injuries, police said. Special agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are at one of the scenes assisting police, officials said.
Ramzziddin was a father with multiple children. "The brave officer was shot while stepping in to protect a woman threatened in a domestic situation," the police department said in a statement. "Please keep his family and our department in your prayers." Ramzziddin was assigned to the National Harbor Unit of the department’s Special Operations Division. As part of his duties, he policed National Harbor, the MGM casino and the Tanger Outlets.

Several employees of private security companies who worked with Ramzziddin told ABC7 he was well-loved and those who knew him are taking the news hard.

Another neighbor told ABC7's Stephen Tschida that Tyndell had a "violent temper" and had displayed violent actions and physical abuse in the past.

BALTIMORE (WBFF) - A man was fatally shot in central Baltimore's Druid Heights area midday Wednesday.

It's the city's 33rd homicide for 2018.

The 32-year-old man was found shot at about 1:30 p.m. on McMechen Street at Druid Hill Avenue, reported city police.

He was taken to an area hospital and died.

Anyone with information about the homicide is asked to call 410-396-2100 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7Lockup. You can also text tips to 443-902-4824.

BALTIMORE (WBFF) - A mother is pleading for help, after her 9-year-old son was struck by a car in southwest Baltimore, and the driver refused to stop. "That's my baby boy. It crushed me... I couldn't do nothing," said Michelle Broom to FOX45's Keith Daniels, standing outside Johns Hopkins Children's Center.

Her young son, Anthony Walker, is recovering from surgery and his injuries, including a broken leg, bruises and a big bump on the back of his head. "He's talking, but he's in and out because he was so sedated, from pain and everything," said Broom.

She is stunned about what her happened to her little boy, explaining he was crossing Wilkens Avenue near Smallwood Street at about 5:30 p.m. Monday.

He was going to the store with older children when a car hit him and kept going. "He just left my son in the street like an animal," said Broom.
Broom was in her house, but witnesses told her what happened. "No traffic was coming. This car came out of no where and it speeded up; it never slowed down. It hit him so hard, it knocked him in another lane," she told Daniels.

Police are working with a vague description of the suspect vehicle. "All we know is that it's a four-door silver sedan with front-end damage, and we're hoping that anybody who saw something could contact us," said Baltimore police spokesperson Nicole Monroe.

Meanwhile, the mother called the suspect "a coward" and "a punk." "How do you just leave a baby in the street like that? You could have parked your car around the corner and got out and made sure that baby was OK, but you didn't," she said.

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Two young men were convicted Tuesday of sex offenses after prosecutors say they carjacked two women leaving the Alewife bar in downtown Baltimore and forced them at gunpoint to perform oral sex.Quamontae Johnson and Levi Bonds were 17 and 18 years old, respectively, that summer night in 2016. They also forced the women to call a husband, boss and stepfather for $10,000 in ransom money, prosecutors say.
A two-week trial was to begin Tuesday in Baltimore Circuit Court, but Johnson pleaded guilty to sex offenses. The 18-year-old faces 35 to 45 years in prison.Bonds, however, made an Alford plea to sex offenses. This means he maintains his innocence while conceding that prosecutors have enough evidence to convict. Assistant State’s Attorney Stacie Sawyer told the court Bonds made a full confession.
Second suspect arrested in West Baltimore robbery, sexual assault
The 20-year-old also faces 35 to 45 years in prison. Attorneys for the co-defendants declined to discuss the case.Both young men had faced a host of charges, including kidnapping, armed robbery and assault, before pleading to the sex offenses.They said little in court, quietly answering Judge Yolanda Tanner with “yes” and “no.” She asked them to speak up.
Sawyer read an account of the night, one which the young men did not dispute. As she read, Johnson cried.In August 2016, the women were walking from Alewife to their parked car when the gunmen approached. They demanded the car keys, but noticed the car had a stick shift and ordered the women to drive them away. Johnson hit the driver in her face with a black revolver. He held the gun to her temple and threatened to kill her while the other woman watched.
They drove to West Baltimore and parked in the Franklin Square neighborhood. The teens ordered the women to sit on the curb while they rummaged through their purses. They also ordered the women to call their families, prosecutors say, and request $10,000 in ransom money to be delivered to a flowerpot.
They took the women’s debit cards and demanded their pin numbers. Prosecutors say Bonds left to make the ATM withdrawals then returned.
Then the teens ordered the women to undress........continue ⬇️

A former Highlandtown developer released three days earlier from federal prison was identified as the man fatally shot by masked men in a neighborhood barbershop Monday evening.Andreas Tamaris, 47, who police said had a last known address in Baltimore County, was in the His & Her Barbershop in the 3200 block of Eastern Avenue at around 5 p.m. when the shooting occurred. Police said they believe the shooting was targeted.
A second man, a 20-year-old, was shot in the hand.
Outside the barber shop Wednesday morning, Acting Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa walked through the neighborhood where he was greeted by several residents who shook his hand and thanked him for the added officers in the street.
“I want to come out here and show the community that we are in support of them, that we are equally upset that this happened at rush hour. We are still going to be here we are not going away,” he said.
Homicide detectives in suits walked the surround blocks, handing out fliers, asking residents to come forward with any information related to the rush hour shooting.
De Sousa said increased patrols will remain in the area. He said more officers were in the area before the shooting after concerns of robberies in the neighborhood.
“We are going to keep real visible in this area. We know this area is a concern for robberies, so we’re going to stay on top of it.”
Tamaris was charged in U.S. District Court in 2011 with using straw purchasers and false information to buy and flip distressed row houses in Baltimore, primarily in the Highlandtown area.
Federal prosecutors said Tamaris and his co-conspirators recruited buyers to purchase houses, knowing they did not qualify for home mortgages. To help the buyers purchase the properties, they prepared fraudulent mortgage applications which misrepresented the buyers’ income and assets. Agents inflated the prices of the houses to ensure a profit.
“The conspirators falsely indicated to the mortgage loan brokers that the straw purchasers each intended to use the property as their primary residence following the purchase,” prosecutors said at the time. “Tamaris and other individuals supplied the funds needed for....continue ⬇️

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — USA Today has named Baltimore the most dangerous city in the country following the city’s 342 homicides in 2017.

The paper looked at police department crime data that revealed Baltimore had the highest per capita murder rate in the nation with nearly 56 murders per 100,000 people — a record for the city. The rate outpaced New Orleans and Detroit, with a rate of 40 and 39 killings per 100,000 people, respectively.

Baltimore’s 342 total was an increase of 25 from 2016.

Baltimore — the most-populated city in Maryland with about 615,000 residents — had more homicides last year than Philadelphia, Los Angeles and New York City.

Philadelphia, with 1.5 million people, tallied 317 killings; New York City, with 8.5 million residents, had 290 murders; and Los Angeles, a city of 4 million, recorded 286 homicides, according to USA Today.

Our news partner The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore has seen a decline in homicides so far this year. Through Feb. 18, 31 people had been killed, compared with 47 killed at the same time last year.

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh fired Police Commissioner Kevin Davis last month and replaced him with department veteran Darryl De Sousa. The city’s police department says it has been more aggressive with stopping criminals, and since December, they’ve arrested more than 300 people for warrant and gun violations. The department says there has also been an increased focus on police visibility.

Baltimore went nearly two weeks without a homicide earlier this month. The 12-day murder-free streak, which began with a ceasefire weekend, was a milestone that hadn’t been seen in years.

The FBI is expected to publish its annual comprehensive crime report later this year.

Media Brief
Southeastern District Homicide Investigation
On February 19, 2018, at about 5:10 p.m., police were dispatched to the 3200 block of Eastern Avenue to investigate a reported shooting victim.

Responding officers observed a 35 year-old male in a beauty salon suffering from a gunshot wound.

The victim was transported to Bayview Hospital where he was pronounced dead a short time later.

Several additional non-fatal shooting victims showed up at area hospitals seeking treatment.

Homicide detectives are investigating this incident.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Detectives at 410-396-2100, Metro Crime Stoppers tip line, at 1-866-7LOCKUP and text a tip to 443-902-4824.

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BALTIMORE, Md (WBFF) — Baltimore Sex Offense detectives need your help in identifying a man police say is wanted for rape.

Detectives say the incident occurred overnight on Jan. 27th in the 1700 block of North Calvert Street.

The suspect is described as a dark skinned African-American man in his mid to early 30's, with two tears tattooed under his right eye.
According to officials, the suspect is 6 feet tall with a slender build.

Police also say the suspect wore a midnight blue hoodie, blue jeans, and a long black coat.

Anyone with information about the incident or the suspect's identify should call Sex Offense detectives, at 410-396-2076.

Those who wish to remain anonymous can utilize the Metro Crime Stoppers tip-line, at 1-866-7LOCKUP.

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