This is an update to two previously published stories… here and here.
The OCME performed autopsies on Mr. Queen and Mr. Briggs. The OCME determined the cause of death for each was multiple gunshot wounds with the manner being homicide. Homicide detectives continued working throughout the days and nights following up on all leads. Multiple witnesses were interviewed where a description of the suspect and suspect vehicle were developed.
On Monday, March 25, 2019, the suspect vehicle was located in the 8000 block of Sexton Road, Pasadena, Maryland. A search warrant was executed on the vehicle where suspected evidence related to the murders of Mr. Briggs and Mr. Queen was located on the outside and inside of the suspect’s vehicle.
As detectives pieced together the physical evidence combined with the witness statements a suspect was developed. Homicide detectives working in conjunction with the Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney’s Office secured arrest warrants for two subjects involved in the murders of Mr. Briggs and Mr. Queen.
Homicide Detectives charged Edwin Javier Hurtado-Valdez, a nineteen-year-old male from the 3700 block of Tenth Street, Brooklyn Maryland, with two counts of First and Second Degree Murder, Two Counts of First and Second Degree Assault, and Firearm Use in a Felony Violent Crime.
The second suspect was identified as Cambrea May Lynn Sieck, the wife of Edwin Javier Hurtado-Valdez. She is an eighteen-year-old female also from the 3700 block of Tenth Street, Brooklyn, Maryland. Information was developed she assisted the suspect with secreting evidence and helping him flee the area after having knowledge he was involved in the double murder. Cambria Sieck was charged with two counts of Accessory After the Fact.
The two wanted suspects are believed to be in the company of one another at this time. The suspects should be considered armed and dangerous and anyone coming in contact with them should call 911 immediately.
Homicide detectives are asking anyone with information to come forward by calling the Anne Arundel County Homicide Unit at 410-222-4731. If anyone with information wishes to remain anonymous, they can also contact the Anne Arundel County Police Tip Line 410-222-4700 or Metro Crime Stoppers.