While reviewing the evidence in this case, it was found the suspect used the victim’s bank card within an hour of conducting the burglary. Investigator Jones obtained surveillance photographs from the financial institutes where the victim’s bank card was used and positively identified the suspect as, Tyler Glen Mayers.
Daily Archives: June 4, 2015
Corporals Carlton Dean and Edward Miles arrived quickly on the scene. They spoke with a victim who said his car had been struck by a stray bullet. The victim was able to describe the two cars involved in the shooting. A lookout was broadcast. Additional officers who arrived on the scene began to canvass the area and find a car matching one of the suspect’s cars.
On June 4, 2015, at about 1:15 am, patrol officers with the City of Bowie Police Department were called to the 13000 block of 6th Street for the report of a shooting. When they arrived, they found King suffering from gunshot wounds. He died of his injuries several hours later.
Howard County Police Beat: Avery Terry faces 20 years to life in federal slammer for armed robbery of CVS in Elkridge
Momma tried to arrange alibi for her bozo robber son who called from jail for her to do his criminal bidding… Terry’s mother called the employer and asked him to provide the alibi, but the employer refused and promptly reported the call to police. Cell site data from Terry’s phone revealed that it was used to send calls or data through a cell tower location near the CVS Pharmacy at the time of the robbery.
The Baltimore-Washington SCMaglev project is a privately sponsored initiative led by the BWRR, which envisions a 15-minute ride between downtown Baltimore and downtown Washington, D.C., with an interim stop at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.