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Annapolis Police investigating overnight crime in Historic District

| August 20, 2017, 09:00 AM

UPDATE 2: From the APD:

On August 20th at 4:16 a.m. officers responded to a call for help from a home in the 100 block of Duke of Gloucester Street.  

The female resident reported that a male suspect forced open a door to the home and was still inside.  Officers arrived and began checking the home.  They located the suspect on the 3rd floor.  The suspect fled from the officers and jumped through a third floor window.  The suspect, a 22 year old man from Annapolis was apprehended after the fall.  He was transported to an area hospital for treatment and is in stable condition.  He will be charged with burglary after his release from the hospital.  Once the suspect has been charged his name will be released.

During the incident an officer discharged his duty weapon.  No injuries occurred as a result of the discharging.   The circumstances of the discharge are under investigation.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact our detectives at 410-260-3439.  

UPDATE 1: From Corporal Amy Miguez, spokesperson for the Annapolis Police Department, when officers arrived on the scene for a residential burglary call, the suspect was still inside the home. He jumped out of a window and was transported to shock-trauma in stable condition with charges pending upon his release. During the incident, an APD officer discharged his weapon.

Annapolis Police are on the scene of an overnight crime in the 100 block of Duke of Gloucester Street.

According to Anne Arundel Breaking News, a person was flown to shock-trauma around 430am this morning after a fall. It is believed that the fall was in connection with a crime that had occurred in the residence.

The building is a private residence built in 1770 and features a large second story balcony. An evidence marker could be seen atop the fence surrounding the home.

According to a neighbor, it appears to have been a break in.

Annapolis police have not commented on the situation at time of publication. This story will be updated.

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