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Posted: 12/21/2005 10:02:08 AM EDT
Two City Officers Shot Dead In Baltimore County
Wednesday, December 21, 2005
WBAL Radio


Baltimore County Police are investigating the shooting deaths of two Baltimore City officers in Randallstown. The shooting occurred in the 3900 block of M'Ladies Court.

Baltimore County Police Chief Terrernce Sheridan tells WBAL's Robert Lang the two were found by relatives shortly after noon Wednesday.

Investigators are not offering a motive.

Baltimore Police Commissioner Leonard Hamm will not identify the officers, nor will he say to which unit the officers were assigned.

Police are looking for a brown Toyota Camry in connection with the shooting.

Stay with WBAL for updates on 1090 AM, and here at WBAL.com.
Link Posted: 12/21/2005 10:40:36 AM EDT
Link Posted: 12/21/2005 10:54:44 AM EDT
Link Posted: 12/21/2005 12:06:07 PM EDT
Update

Baltimore County police said a Department of General Services police officer allegedly shot and killed the two Baltimore City police officers shortly after noon on Wednesday. The suspect is in custody, WBAL-TV in Baltimore reported.

The suspect turned himself in to the Northwest Precinct headquarters around 2 p.m. Police spokesman Bill Toohey said the suspect and the victims did know each other.
Link Posted: 12/21/2005 12:09:17 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/21/2005 12:27:51 PM EDT by bblake00]
Love triangles are a bitch.

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Link Posted: 12/21/2005 12:11:21 PM EDT
Link Posted: 12/21/2005 3:08:38 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/21/2005 3:10:49 PM EDT by LastDefender]

Originally Posted By bblake00:
Love triangles are a bitch.

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Sure sounds this way to me.....This Randallstown is a suburb of Baltimore. Doubt they were there on offical business.
Link Posted: 12/21/2005 3:35:33 PM EDT
This does sound odd. Still, this sucks. We don't have enough people killing us that we have to start doing it ourselves?
Link Posted: 12/21/2005 4:36:02 PM EDT
Link Posted: 12/21/2005 6:10:19 PM EDT
CNN has reported that the male LEO who was shot owned the house. The Female was reported to be one of his girlfriends. All parties knew each other.

It will only be time before the love triangle is linked up

RIP Officers


The suspect and the victims knew one another, according to Baltimore County police spokesman Bill Toohey. But he said he did not know their relationship.

The two officers, both assigned to the midnight shift, were shot shortly after noon. County Police Chief Terrence Sheridan said there were no signs of forced entry in the townhouse, which was listed in the male officer's name.

The victims were found on the second floor of the townhome; each had been shot repeatedly.

Neighbor Jerry McDonald said the officer who lived in the townhouse was single and had been dating, among others, a female officer who worked with him.

Link Posted: 12/21/2005 7:30:01 PM EDT
I pray there are no kids involved with any of these parties.
Link Posted: 12/22/2005 10:38:10 PM EDT
PIKESVILLE, Maryland (AP) -- A police officer was charged with murder Thursday in the shooting deaths of two off-duty Baltimore officers -- one of them his former fiancee.

Eugene Victor Perry Jr., 33, was held without bail on two counts of first-degree murder. He surrendered to authorities shortly after the shootings not far from the town house where the two were killed.

Perry is an officer with the state Department of General Services, which provides security at state office complexes in Baltimore and Annapolis. He had been engaged to one of the victims, who was killed at the home of a fellow officer, police said.

Perry allegedly arrived at the home of officer Adam Vazquez, 26, around noon Wednesday and asked to speak with Vazquez. The person who answered the door told him Vazquez was upstairs sleeping, but Perry forced his way inside, according to court documents.

Vazquez and officer Leslie Holliday, 34, were killed. Both worked the midnight shift, police said.

Holliday's mother, Bernice Johnson, told The (Baltimore) Sun that her daughter had been engaged to Perry until last summer but that recently she had been dating Vazquez.

An adult couple and a small child were at the home when the two were shot, authorities said. Baltimore County Police Chief Terrence Sheridan did not detail their relationship to Vazquez, but a neighbor indicated they were relatives.

Baltimore County police spokesman Bill Toohey said the tires on Holliday's car, parked near the home, had been deflated, and a note was left on the seat. He did not reveal the contents of the note.
Link Posted: 12/23/2005 3:49:47 AM EDT

Originally Posted By uafgrad:
PIKESVILLE, Maryland (AP) -- A police officer was charged with murder Thursday in the shooting deaths of two off-duty Baltimore officers -- one of them his former fiancee.

Eugene Victor Perry Jr., 33, was held without bail on two counts of first-degree murder. He surrendered to authorities shortly after the shootings not far from the town house where the two were killed.

Perry is an officer with the state Department of General Services, which provides security at state office complexes in Baltimore and Annapolis. He had been engaged to one of the victims, who was killed at the home of a fellow officer, police said.

Perry allegedly arrived at the home of officer Adam Vazquez, 26, around noon Wednesday and asked to speak with Vazquez. The person who answered the door told him Vazquez was upstairs sleeping, but Perry forced his way inside, according to court documents.

Vazquez and officer Leslie Holliday, 34, were killed. Both worked the midnight shift, police said.

Holliday's mother, Bernice Johnson, told The (Baltimore) Sun that her daughter had been engaged to Perry until last summer but that recently she had been dating Vazquez.

An adult couple and a small child were at the home when the two were shot, authorities said. Baltimore County Police Chief Terrence Sheridan did not detail their relationship to Vazquez, but a neighbor indicated they were relatives.

Baltimore County police spokesman Bill Toohey said the tires on Holliday's car, parked near the home, had been deflated, and a note was left on the seat. He did not reveal the contents of the note.




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