Baltimore Officers Fire On Driver Attempting to Run Them Down
August 27, 2009
Baltimore police said two Northeastern District officers fired shots late Wednesday at the driver of a car who attempted to run them down, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Minutes later, police found the car a few blocks away with two passengers inside, including a woman suffering from a bullet wound to the shoulder.
The department did not identify the officers, who have been placed on administrative leave during the investigation.
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