The caller was unable to provide officers with an exact address, but they did get a description. They were then able to respond to the area and locate a house matching the description. Officers made entry into the home and observed it to be a vacant home with no appliances, utilities or furniture. The victim was located in a back room on the floor suffering from multiple stab wounds to the upper body.
Paramedics transported the victim to Shock Trauma in Baltimore. Homicide Detectives and Northern District Detectives responded to handle the investigation.
At this time, the victim, an adult male, is listed in critical but stable condition.
Detectives are asking anyone with information in reference to this incident to call Northern District Detectives at 410-222-6135.
There is no suspect information to provide at this time, however, the investigation thus far indicates this is not a random act of violence.
DARWIN NOMINEE — Walking in the road can be dangerous to pedestrians, especially in wee hours of the morning
Millersville, Md. – Pedestrian responsibility can be a factor in leading a long life. Anne Arundel police report that on November 23, 2014 at approximately 2:34 a.m., officers from the Eastern District were dispatched to the area of Obrecht Rd and Jumpers Hole Rd, Millersville, MD for a report of a hit and run collision with a pedestrian. Members of the Traffic Safety Section were requested to respond and assumed the investigation.
The initial investigation indicates that the victim and a friend were walking west on Obrecht Rd from Jumpers Hole Rd. They were walking along the edge of the westbound lane of Obrecht Rd when the victim was struck from behind by an unknown vehicle. The vehicle continued traveling west and did not stop and remain at the scene after the collision.
The victim was transported to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma by Anne Arundel County Paramedics due to life threatening injuries. At this time, his condition has improved and he is listed in critical, but stable condition.
Officers canvassed the surrounding neighborhoods and located the suspect vehicle parked on Paddle Wheel Court in Millersville. Evidence recovered at the scene of the crash was consistent with the damage observed to the vehicle and it was seized pending a search warrant. The registered owner / driver of the vehicle was contacted and interviewed regarding the crash.
The investigation is ongoing. Charges are pending a review by the States Attorney’s Office.
Pedestrian: Ryan Snyder, 24, of Brookwood Road, Millersville, MD 21108
Injuries: Critical, but stable
Suspect Vehicle: 1996 Chevrolet Impala
Owner/Driver: 32 year old male from Millersville
Injuries: Not injured