OWINGS MILLS, MD. — According to police, on April 12, 2014, Baltimore County Police Department officers and several FBI agents were involved in a shoot-out in the 9700 block of Reisterstown Rd in Owings Mills. During this incident at least one FBI agent fired his weapon at a subject. The subject, an adult male, is deceased. A Baltimore County Police officer was with the FBI agents.
This incident is being jointly investigated by the FBI and Baltimore County Police Homicide Unit.
The FBI has identified the man killed Friday in Owings Mills in an FBI-involved shooting as Jameel O. Harrison, 34.
Jameel Harrison shooting scene. WJZ TV
From the FBI:
Three FBI special agents with the Baltimore Division were involved in a shooting in the 9700 block of Reisterstown Road in Garrison, Maryland, on Friday, April 11, 2014. The special agents were working with other law enforcement officers on a drug investigation when they encountered the subject, who was in his vehicle. During the encounter, the special agents fired and shot the subject, who died as a result of his injuries.
The incident is under investigation jointly by the Baltimore County Police Department, the FBI Baltimore Division, and the FBI Inspection Division, in accordance with FBI policy.
Harrison has a long rap sheet and his most recent run-in with the law resulted in a guilty verdict for a drug charge. The leniency of the Judge in the matter likely left Harrison on the streets to pursue his criminal career. In the January verdict, Harrison’s six month sentence to jail was suspended, giving him the freedom needed to have him contact with the wrong end of the barrel of a gun. Now his career is over.
HARRISON, JAMEEL KAREEM
BLACK, AFRICAN AMERICAN
4805 CLAIRLEE DR
OWINGS MILLSState:MDZip Code:21117 – 0000
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