TOWSON, Md. (AP) — Baltimore County police have charged a 19-year-old Greenbelt man, who they mentioned fired a gun at an unsanctioned gathering of tons of of individuals at Towson University, putting himself and two others.
Samuel Nnam was arrested a short while after he was launched from a hospital and charged with tried first-degree homicide, first-degree assault, and second-degree assault, police mentioned in a news launch Tuesday night time. Nnam is being held with out bail. Online court docket data don’t record an legal professional for Nnam.
More than 500 individuals have been current throughout an unsanctioned gathering in part of campus generally known as Freedom Square when the taking pictures occurred early Saturday, in line with police. Based on proof collected at the scene and surveillance video, police mentioned Nnam started to discharge the firearm he was carrying, putting himself and two others, police mentioned.
One of the injured is a scholar at the college. University officers introduced Tuesday that she has been launched from a hospital they usually sit up for her return to campus.
The college introduced earlier Tuesday that it positioned a veteran campus police officer on paid depart throughout an investigation into whether or not “established procedures” have been carried out throughout the unsanctioned gathering.
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