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Maryland suspect in 2 shootings injured by officer


A man suspected of two fatal shootings that occurred less than two hours apart in an east coast Maryland community was injured by a police officer before being arrested for murder, state police said Saturday.

Tramelle Lamar Williams, 22, of Cambridge, is charged with first and second degree murder and other related crimes, according to a Maryland State Police news release. Williams was being treated for non-life-threatening injuries at a local hospital when he was shot Friday night.

The Cambridge Police Department has asked the State Police Homicide Unit to investigate the shooting involving an officer.

The two agencies will also be investigating the Thursday night deaths of Taijay Brian Daniels, 24, and Lory Eugene Fields, 69, both of Cambridge. Investigators believe Daniels was shot in an armed robbery around 7:15 p.m., while Fields was killed around 9 p.m.

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Investigators said officers approached a man Friday night as he attempted to break into Fields’ vehicle. The man fit the description of a suspect for both fatal shootings, according to the news release.

A Maryland suspect in two shootings was injured by a police officer before being taken into custody. The State Police Homicide Unit is investigating the shooting involving an officer.

A preliminary investigation determined that Williams showed a handgun after a short foot chase. A city officer then fired his police firearm in response and struck Willliams, the statement said.

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Williams was awaiting a first appearance before a district court commissioner. It was not immediately known whether Williams had an attorney.

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