MURDER USA: PG Police update / Documents reveal PG Police had house surrounded one week before murder of Prince Georges Officer; widow of Glenn Tyndell discloses killer had gun

  • She said in the report that six officers responded and were outside of her home trying to get her husband to come out. She said that after two hours, police returned to her at the neighborhood clubhouse where she was waiting. "After two hours they return to me [at] the clubhouse and said he didn't come out we'll try again another time," she wrote in the report.

WARNING: THIS IS A GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION OF THE MURDER —- THE COP AND HIS KILLER — Cpl. Mujahid Ramzziddin, left, with the now-dead Glenn Tyndell who blew the officer’s head off with a shotgun, one of five times he shot the officer

CALLS FOR HELP FROM TYNDELL’S WIFE CAME IN THE DAYS BEFORE CPL. MUJAHID RAMZZIDDIN WAS KILLED

 

Prince George’s County Police Surrounded Gunman One Week Before Officer’s Murder

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The man who shot and killed a Prince George’s County police officer who was trying to help a neighbor during a domestic situation was surrounded by police at his home just days before, according to court documents.

Glenn Tyndell’s estranged wife filed charges against him on Feb. 20, two days before police say Tyndell fatally shot Cpl. Mujahid Ramzziddin. In the documents, she says police surrounded their home in Brandywine, Maryland, on Feb. 15, but left after trying for two hours to get him out of the house. 

Tyndell’s wife said in the police report that about 12:15 a.m. she came home after filing assault charges against Tyndell and saw him at the door armed with a shotgun. After explaining to him that he was scaring their two children and persuading him to let her go, she left with the kids and went to the neighborhood’s clubhouse down the street to call 911.

She said in the report that six officers responded and were outside of her home trying to get her husband to come out. She said that after two hours, police returned to her at the neighborhood clubhouse where she was waiting.

“After two hours they return to me [at] the clubhouse and said he didn’t come out we’ll try again another time,” she wrote in the report.

A few days later, Tyndell, 37, shot Ramzziddin multiple times as the officer tried to help Tyndell’s estranged wife. Tyndell died hours later after exchanging gunfire with officers.

Tyndell had three open warrants for assault. Court records show he was arrested for violating a protective order in March 2013 and arrested for assault in September 2010.

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The charging documents filed by Joanne Tyndell on Jan. 21, 2018 and again on Feb. 15, 2018, following Glenn Tyndell appearing with a gun at her home.

Glenn Tyndell subsequently murdered Cpl. Mujahid Ramzziddin on Feb. 22, 2018:

 

 

Statement of Joanne Tyndell of assault on her by Glenn Tyndell on Feb. 14, 2018

Joanne Tyndell statement b

Joanne Tyndell statement c

Joanne Tyndell statement d

Joanne Tyndell statement e

 

 

 

PG POLICE CHIEF HANK STAWINSKY REFUTED PRESS REPORTS ON REVELATIONS FROM CHARGING DOCUMENTS WHICH WERE UNSEALED BY STATES ATTORNEY ANGELA ALSOBROOKS

  • Feb. 14, 2018: Patrol Officers using rifles and shields entered the home of the killer using Mrs. Tyndell’s key to inspect residence after she told officers she believed her estranged husband had a gun but had never seen it. That occurred at 10:31 pm.
  • Feb. 15, 2018: Just after midnight, she obtained a temporary protective order which had not been served. 14 Officers were on the scene.

“There was no Valentines Day Standoff” 

– Chief Stawinski

Investigation Update: PGPD Sergeant Mujahid Ramzziddin

*Please note that Mujahid Ramzziddin was posthumously promoted from the rank of Corporal to the rank of Sergeant.*
As the investigation continues into the homicide of 51-year-old PGPD Sergeant Mujahid Ramzziddin by 37–year-old Glenn Tyndell and the subsequent fatal shooting of Tyndell by Prince George’s County Police officers, Chief Stawinski wishes to share this update in the case with our community.  
On February 27th, our forensic services division completed their analysis and filed their report regarding this ongoing investigation. 

5 fired shotgun shells were recovered at the location where Glenn Tyndell shot
and killed Sgt. Ramzziddin on Wednesday, February, 21, 2018

5 fired shotgun shells were recovered at the location where Glenn Tyndell shot and killed Sgt. Ramzziddin on Wednesday, February, 21st.  Audio and video captured by a home security system corroborate 5 shots were fired.  The following day, search teams recovered a shotgun which was subsequently identified as the weapon Tyndell used to kill Sgt. Ramzziddin.  Tyndell discarded the shotgun in a nearby creek.    
After killing Sgt. Ramzziddin, Glenn Tyndell then stole Ramzziddin’s department issued firearm from his person.  No shell casings fired from that weapon were found at the crime scene on Chadsey Lane.  Sgt. Ramzziddin never fired his weapon before he was killed.

 Tyndell’s body was found holding
Sgt. Ramzzidddin’s gun.    

The forensic examination verifies at least two shell casings fired from Ramzziddin’s weapon were found at the scene on Route 210 where Tyndell stopped his SUV after he fled authorities by leading them on a vehicle pursuit and then foot chase.  Tyndell was killed in an exchange of gunfire with Prince George’s County Police Officers Reed and Allen.   Tyndell’s body was found holding Sgt. Ramzzidddin’s gun.    

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