UPDATE: Statement from Anne Arundel County Chief of Police, Kevin Davis:
“I was saddened to hear about the tragic events that unfolded this morning in Glen Burnie. This situation became even more personal when we learned that one of the victims, Andrew “Andy” Hoffman was a hero we saluted, not for his work as a fireman/paramedic, but for his humanism. He is the man that found little “Paulie” Marshall a few months ago. As you may remember, three-year old Paulie walked out of
his home in the middle of the night. Mr. Hoffman was the kind citizen that stopped and helped reunite Paulie with his family.”
“On behalf of the men and women of the Anne Arundel County Police Department, we offer our heartfelt condolences to the Hoffman family. Their loved one’s recent act of kindness averted a tragedy, and our
entire community owes him a debt of gratitude. Our thoughts are also with the Hartman and Robinson families for the senseless loss of their loved ones.”
UPDATE: Video update from scene from Anne Arundel County Police Lieutenant TJ Smith. Raw footage.
UPDATE: The 27-year-old male victim has since been identified as Andrew Scott Hoffman, 27, of the 1100 block of Armistead Street in Glen Burnie, the female victim has been identified as Marie Leanne Edith Hartman, 26, of the 500 block of Dogwood Drive SW in Glen Burnie and the suspect has been identified as Christopher Lee Robinson, 37, of the 100 block of Glenview Terrace in Abingdon, Maryland. The suspect was an active member of the Baltimore Police Department. The male victim was an active member of the Baltimore City Fire Department. Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts and Anne Arundel County Police Chief Kevin Davis both responded to the scene.
The victim Andrew Scott Hoffman was the firefighter who recently discovered an infant walking along the streets in Glen Burnie. It was his actions that perhaps saved the life of Paulie. Hoffman was lauded by the Anne Arundel County Police and the County Executive.
UPDATE: Eye On Annapolis was on the scene and confirmed from Anne Arundel County police that two of the victims (The two males) were employees of Baltimore city. One was a Baltimore city police officer the other was a Baltimore city fireman. There was a domestic relationship between the three but police are still putting together the pieces.
At about 1:35 a.m., officers responded to the 1900 block of Armistead Road, Glen Burnie, MD for a report of a shooting inside a home in that area.
Officers arrived on the scene and found 2 males and 1 female suffering from gunshot wounds. All three subjects are deceased. Preliminary investigation indicates that the suspect is one of the deceased. The Anne Arundel County Police Homicide Unit is investigating the incident. There is no on-going danger in the community. We are investigating this as a murder-suicide.
- Male victim, 27 years old
- Female victim, 26 years old
- Male suspect, 37 years old
The circumstances surrounding the shooting is under investigation. Preliminary information indicates there was a relationship between the suspect and female victim.
No further details available.