BROOKLYN, Md. — Police have arrested and charged two men they say are responsible for an August 7 shooting at the Comfort Inn on Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard in Brooklyn.
The victim told officers he answered a knock at his hotel room door, when three men came in demanding money.
After telling them he had none, one suspect shot the victim before fleeing.
Based off evidence and witness statements, detectives identified 25-year-old Kevin Michael McNally and Tavon Antonio Conner, 38.
McNally was taken into custody on August 21, during a search and seizure warrant at his home in the 4300 block of Alan Drive in Baltimore.
Nearly two weeks later, Conner was arrested at his South Baltimore home on S. Hanover Street.
Investigators are still trying to identify and track down the third suspect.
Police have charged Conner with attempted first and second degree murder, robbery, and multiple gun related charges.
McNally is facing a charge of conspiracy to attempted murder.
If you know who the third suspect is or where they may be, Anne Arundel County police ask that you call them at 410-222-6135 or the Tip Line at 410-222-4700.
The shooting was the second at the hotel in less than two months. No updates have been released in the other case.
Editor's Note: This article has been updated with Conner's arrest. It was initially misunderstood that McNally was the alleged shooter. We are awaiting clarification from police.