According to Annapolis Police Chief Edward Jackson, there were a total of six victims and three are deceased. Two were taken to trauma centers where their condition is unknown. He said all of the victims were male, but we are unsure if he meant all of the deceased victims or all of the victims. The aged ranged from 20s to 50s.
The Chief categorized the shooting as domestic in nature and said that they have a person of interest in custody along with a weapon. He declined to say what type of weapon or if the individual was a resident of the street or neighborhood.
When asked about prior incidents at the address, the Chief demurred and said that the “neighborhood” is generally a quiet one and there are not many calls for service in the neighborhood.
Mayor Buckley said that violence can happen anywhere and that gun violence is not a solution and he was saddened for the families and victims and the City of Annapolis.
The press conference was livestreamed on the City’s Facebook page.
A Press Conference has been scheduled for 10:00PM. More details to follow
Photo (LINK–caution, the image may be disturbing) from the scene by a neighbor. We have reached out to the PIO for the Annapolis Police Department to see about a press conference and have not received a call, email, or text back at this time. 9:05 PM
We do not know too much at this time but there are six confirmed victims (a seventh is possible), and three are deceased. Two are being flown to a shock-trauma center, and one was transported by ground to a local hospital. The conditions of the surviving victims are unknown.
At 8:00 PM on June 11, 2023, Annapolis Police responded tp the 1000 block of Paddington Place off of Edgewood Road for a shooting.
Details are limited, but there are at least two known fatalities and there are believed to be five victims total.
This story will be updated