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Late night shooting began with homicide in Brooklyn

Posted at 6:32 PM, Feb 06, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-06 18:38:31-05

GLEN BURNIE, Md. — The late night shooting that left two Anne Arundel deputies injured initially began Wednesday around 5 p.m. in Brooklyn when a man was found shot to death inside a home on Newfield Road.

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Police noticed the victim's car missing.

About six-hours later Detectives Scott Ballard and Ian Preece found the victim's car, and tried pulling it over near the Baltimore City line at Fort Smallwood Road and Pennington Avenue.

Vickie Soboleski lives on the street where the homicide happened.

"It’s scary. I’ve been living here for about 3 years," she said. "I got out of Brooklyn, thought I was in a better neighborhood be safer but, it seems like the crime follows you where ever you go."

Police are not sure exactly at this time when the man was killed.

"Nobody has seen from him, heard from him since Monday and the roommate says his vehicle has been missing since about that time as well. So we don’t know if it’s coincidence and somebody borrowed the car and brought it back and he was murdered or if it was several days ago he was killed," she explained.

County Police will proceed with the investigation of this homicide as they continue the investigation of their two officers shot.