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UPDATED: Anne Arundel County Police officer shoots suspect along side of Route 50

| June 01, 2019, 06:02 AM

UPDATE 11:37AM JUNE 4, 2019:
From the Anne Arundel County Police:

On June 4, 2019 at 4:42 a.m. the suspect in this case was pronounced deceased at an area hospital. He will be transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for an autopsy that is scheduled for tomorrow. There is no further information at this time.
Martin Allen Goodier 6-24-1962
2500 block of Landerbrook Lane in Bowie, Maryland.

UPDATE 10:20PM JUNE 3, 2019:
From the Anne Arundel County Police:

During numerous witness interviews it was learned that the suspect was walking/standing in the travel lanes of Route 50 in what several people said appeared to be an attempt to get struck. Witness on scene advised they believed the suspect was struck by an on-scene vehicle prior to fire personnel arriving.
As of the last status check at 6:30 this morning the suspect is still alive and in grave condition, under-guard at an area hospital.

UPDATE 4:54PM JUNE 2, 2019:

The suspect in this shooting was a volunteer firefighter with Prince George’s County Fire Department. We have learned that he was part of a dive team for the department that had just been disbanded earlier in the day. From a witness who drove through the area just prior to the incident, a person presumed to be the suspect was darting in and out of the lanes of Route 50. From a witness at the scene the suspect was also heard yelling “f%$# you pig” at the officer on the scene.

UPDATE 11:00PM JUNE 1, 2019:

We are hearing conflicting reports that the suspect who was shot by Anne Arundel County Police last night along Route 50 has died from the gunshot wound.  At this point, we are working to confirm several other details about this incident that we have received. This will be updated tomorrow. (SEE JUNE 3 10:20AM UPDATE ON VICTIM CONDITION)

UPDATE  9:11AM JUNE 1, 2019: 

The suspect is currently at an area hospital where he will remain under police guard until he is released. There is an active warrant charging the suspect with seven (7) counts of each of the following; first degree assault, second degree assault, and reckless endangerment. Upon release he will be processed at a station and served his charges, his name will not be released until that time.
The officer involved is Cpl. R Heller a 20-year-veteran of the department assigned to the Bureau of Patrol. There are no further expected updates until the suspect is released from the hospital.

On May 31, 2019 at approximately 9:44 pm theAnne Arundel County Police responded to a report of a possible crash involving a pedestrian on Route 50 eastbound right before MD-424.

Fire Department personnel did not find any vehicle upon arrival, but were approached by a man they found on the right shoulder of the road who lunged at them with a knife.

Fire crews called for police to rush their response.

An officer arrived moments later and confronted the armed suspect before he injured any of the on-scene fire personnel. The suspect failed to comply with the officers orders to drop the knife and get on the ground. The officer fired one round striking the suspect. The suspect was flown by helicopter to an area hospital. The suspects condition was not released. There were no injuries to fire or police personnel.

The officer involved is a 20 year veteran of the department assigned to the Bureau of Patrol. Detectives were investigating for several hours and Route 50 eastbound was closed.

There is no further information at this time. Anyone with any information is asked to call the Homicide Unit at 410-222-4731 or the TipLine at 410-222-4700.

Severn Bank

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