PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – Maryland State Police are investigating a capturing that occurred final night time previous to a single automobile crash in Calvert County.
Identities of the three injured victims usually are not accessible presently. One sufferer, the backseat passenger of the automobile concerned within the crash, sustained a gunshot wound to the stomach. He was transported by medevac to the University of Maryland Capital Region Medical Center.
Two different victims have been injured within the crash. They have been transported by ambulance to the Calvert Health Medical Center for therapy.
Shortly earlier than 11:00p.m. final night time, troopers from the Prince Frederick Barrack responded to a single automobile crash within the space of Orwell Court and Yardley Drive in Prince Frederick. Upon their arrival, troopers noticed three occupants within the automobile, considered one of whom had suffered an obvious gunshot wound.
The automobile concerned within the crash is a 2008 darkish blue Lexus with Maryland registration. The preliminary investigation signifies the driving force of the Lexus was backing right into a parking house on Orwell Court when a gunshot was reportedly fired and struck one of many occupants. The driver accelerated and struck a number of parked autos earlier than the automobile overturned and landed on its facet on Orwell Court.
Troopers from the Prince Frederick Barrack and investigators from the Criminal Enforcement Division responded to the scene and established a fringe across the space and a search was initiated. Search help was supplied by the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office. Crime scene technicians from the Maryland State Police Forensic Sciences Division additionally responded to course of the scene for proof. During a canvass of the crime scene, a handgun and a number of shell casings have been positioned close to the scene of the crash.
The search is continuous. Anyone with details about who fired the pictures is urged to contact Maryland State Police on the Prince Frederick Barrack at 410-535-1400. Callers could stay nameless.