Baltimore County Police Beat: Ex Con Skinhead who Shot Two Students on High School Athletic Field Released on Bail

Christopher Swayer-Schweigman released on bail on charges of shooting kids on school grounds

Ex Con Skinhead who Shot Two Students on High School Athletic Field Released on $100,000 Bail

TIMONIUM, MD. — The ex-con who shot a BB gun from the window of his apartment overlooking the athletic fields at Dulaney High School and injured two students has been released from jail. In this latest victory over the citizenry by the far-left liberal nut cases running the Maryland Judicial system, this dangerous criminal is once again free to render heartache and harm on the public.

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Baltimore County Police report that Christopher Swayer-Schweigman was released on September 5, 2010 on $100,000 bail.

He was taken into custody by personnel from the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services on a parole retake warrant (unrelated case). He was held in the Maryland Reception Diagnostics and Classification Center in Baltimore.

Baltimore County Police have identified the suspect charged in connection with the incident at Dulaney High School yesterday where two students were struck by pellets from a BB gun.

Christopher A Swayer-Schweigman (25) of 14 Breezy Tree Court Apt. 1, Timonium, Md., is charged with first-degree assault, second-degree assault, and reckless endangerment. He is being held at the Baltimore County Detention Center on $100,000 bail.

Police were called to Dulaney High School in the 200 block of East Padonia Road in Timonium, Md., just after 3 p.m.  for a report of a shooting with a BB rifle. When they arrived on the scene, they were told that shots were being fired at athletes as they ran around a field at the school.

Officers found that two tenth grade students had been struck by the pellets. Those students were released to the custody of their parents who later took them to a local hospital for treatment.

Police were able to identify Swayer-Schweigman as the person responsible for the incident and took him into custody. The investigation indicated that he had been shooting a BB gun from a window of his upper floor apartment.

Detectives served a search and seizure warrant on Swayer-Schweigman’s apartment and recovered a BB rifle.

This incident remains under investigation by the Cockeysville/Precinct 7 Investigative Services Team.

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