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72 Hours In Annapolis : Three Shootings, One Armed Home Invasion, Two Shots Fired

| November 06, 2021, 12:11 PM

Update. In response to the recent violence, Mayor Buckley released the following statement:

“Gun violence has shaken our community in the last few days. I have conferred with Annapolis Police Command Staff in an ongoing effort to gain an understanding of the violence in our community. As of Friday night, the Chief has authorized all Annapolis Police on call-up mode to ensure we have enhanced visibility on the streets of our City. 

“The safety of this community is our top priority. The Chief also informed me that he has been in contact with our federal partners to step up their efforts with informants to gain intelligence and monitor social media for the drivers of this unacceptable violence. 

“In the violence since Wednesday, there have been three shooting victims, all of whom are expected to survive.  Arrests have been made, but the cases remain open. Police are urging anyone with information to come forward. 

“I commend Annapolis Police officers for their quick arrests and I ask the community to help us by coming forward with tips and information. I need your help. Tell us if you see somebody or you know anyone housing illegal guns or people who use guns, for the sake of our communities and the people who live here, contact police or make an anonymous tip.”

The City of Annapolis is seeing a spike in violent crime over the past three to include three shootings which sent three to trauma centers, an armed home invasion and several reports of shots fired with no victim.

Wednesday, November 3, 2021

  1. Mid-day Shooting at Bay Ridge Road and Cypress Road. One victim was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
  2. Armed Home Invasion Paddington Place. Police have classified it as a burglary; but an armed man entered a home through an unlocked sliding door, pointed a gun at the resident, and fled.

Thursday, November 4, 2021

  1. Shots were fired at Bens Drive and Marcs Court. No victim was reported but significant damage to the building and vehicle.

Friday, November 5, 2021

  1. Shots fired on Clay Street. There is no police report yet, but an off-duty police officer began a pursuit. There is no work on a victim or property damage at this point. This incident occurred about 90 minutes after the Mayor and Police Chief held a press conference to announce an arrest in a murder that happened near that same location on October 14th.
  2. Mid-day shooting at Forest and Tyler. One victim, a male was flown to shock trauma after being shot multiple times
  3. Shooting on President Street. At 8:15 pm a man was shot multiple times in his chec=st and was flown to shock trauma.

We are presently examining documents provided to Eye On Annapols via. Public Information Act Request to determine if the crime in the City of Annapolis is being accurately reported to the public. We expect to have a report sometime later next week or early the following.

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