GLEN BURNIE, Md. — A second suspect involved in a Glen Burnie home invasion that took place on Thursday morning has been arrested.
The home invasion took place around 7:30 a.m. Thursday in the 700 block of Nabbs Creek Road.
The homeowner told police he was outside checking on his chickens when he heard his fiancee screaming from inside the house.
When he went back to the house, the homeowner says he saw his fiancee in a physical struggle with two men. The homeowner said he grabbed a shotgun and shot one of the men as he was trying to leave with the gun.
A second suspect, Tyler David Perdue was able to run away from the home, and was later caught.
Perdue has been arrested and charged with the following offenses.
- Home Invasion
- Burglary-First Degree
- Burglary-Third Degree
- Burglary-Forth Degree Dwelling
- Assault Second degree
- Theft 100-1500
- Handgun on Person
- Loaded Handgun on Person
- Firearm Use in a Felony of Violence
- Assault First Degree
- Reckless Endangerment
- Armed Robbery
The second suspect who was shot by the homeowner during the invasion is still receiving medical treatment and his information will be released once he has been discharged from the medical facility and booked.