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Frederick Douglass High School staff member released from hospital after being shot at school

Shock trauma
Posted at 8:23 AM, Feb 20, 2019

BALTIMORE — The staff member who was shot and wounded at Frederick Douglass High School in Northwest Baltimore is back home.

Michael Marks has been recovering at Shock Trauma after he was shot inside of that school earlier this month.

READ MORE: Frederick Douglass High School shooting suspect is brother of student

Police say a man named Neil Davis went to the school with a gun to try to talk to Marks about disciplining his younger sister. They say Davis became hostile and shot Marks, who is a Special Education Assistant at the school.

Davis is facing several charges including attempted murder. He's also been charged in connection with a murder that happened last year in North Baltimore.