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Woman dead, man in custody after Anne Arundel County officers attempt to serve warrant

Posted at 4:15 PM, Jul 21, 2020
and last updated 2020-07-23 16:49:04-04

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, Md. — A man is in custody and a woman is dead after members of the Anne Arundel County Fugitive Apprehension team attempted to serve a warrant.

The wanted subject, identified as David Roy Bogdanowicz, a fifty-two year old male of no fixed address, had outstanding arrest warrants for Violation of a Protective Order, Assault and Trespassing.

Officials say this happened around 2:30 p.m. at the intersection of Church and 6th Street. Bogdanowicz was driving a tow truck with a female passenger.

Detectives followed the vehicle where it made a U-turn in a parking lot, this is when officers had him surrounded. Police say he then tried to get away.

“The subject put his tow truck in reverse, then put it in drive and drove at one of our detectives. That detective fired a round, that round did not strike anybody,” said Sgt. Jacklyn Davis.

The suspect then tried to take off and at this moment, police say the woman inside was either pushed or jumped from the vehicle and was run over by the tow truck. According to officials, after the suspect continued to flee from the area, detectives rendered aid to the female victim.

The victim, identified the victim as 42-year-old Jennifer Jean Patterson succumbed from her injuries at the scene.

Homicide detectives are investigating, but it’s still unclear exactly what caused the woman's death.

The suspect was arrested shortly after in Baltimore City. The suspect vehicle, which had been reported stolen during a burglary on July 20, 2020 from a business located in the 1100 block of Dorsey Road, Glen Burnie, Maryland, was secured as evidence.

Homicide Detectives charged Bogdanowicz with the Second Degree Murder of Noakes along with First Degree Assault, Theft of a Motor Vehicle and Resisting Arrest. He was also served with the outstanding arrest warrants.

Correction: Officials initially reported the victim as Heather May Noakes, a fifty-two year old woman from Curtis Bay, that has been corrected.