Shots fired at U.S. marshals in Bowie
Crime Scene is reporting that the U.S. Marshals and Prince George’s County police have initiated a barricade outside a Bowie home where marshals trying to serve a warrant heard shots Wednesday morning, authorities said.
The marshals were trying to serve a warrant at a home on 9th street about 10 a.m. when someone heard shots, said Dave Oney, a U.S. Marshals spokesman. No one appears to have been hit outside.
Stay with Crime Scene for updates.
Shots were fired Wednesday at U.S. Marshals attempting to serve a warrant at a home in Bowie. ABC 7 reports.
No one was hit.
Law enforcement officials have surrounded the home near 9th Street and Maple Avenue.
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| April 21, 2010; 11:38 AM ET
Categories: Crime and Public Safety, Maryland
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