Parkville shooting prompted lockout status at several schools

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Baltimore County Police Department is investigating a Friday morning shooting that injured a man in Parkville. Police said the man is in stable condition at a nearby hospital. Officers have been on the scene for most of the day and part of the street is still closed. On Glen Keith Road, just off Loch Raven Boulevard, there was a red car, doors open with crime tape draped over it. It is one of the crime scenes under investigation by Baltimore County Police Department. They said they believe that after being shot, the victim came to a house in this area. “That’s what we’re trying to figure out, exactly where the shooting happened. We believe we have two crime scenes,” Det said. Trae Corbin, of the Baltimore County Police Department. Police said the other crime scene is a few minutes away on Chestnut Oak Road. A witness in that area told 11 News that he called 911 after hearing multiple gunshots. shots,” said James Pisano. “I knew they were definitely shots. There were undoubtedly shots that were the loudest I’ve ever heard.” Pisano said the shooting was unfortunate and made him uncomfortable, and he has heard gunshots in his neighborhood in the past. The shooting sparked several Towson/Parkville schools in the area. Lockout status means that outside access to the schools is restricted. The schools included Loch Raven Academy, White Oak School and Oakleigh and Pleasant Plains primary schools. Officials also said the Immaculate Heart of the Mary’s Catholic School was on alert. The schools have all been fired since then, officials said. So far there have been no arrests, there have been no arrests in the shooting.

Baltimore County Police Department is investigating a Friday morning shooting that injured a man in Parkville.

Police said the man is in stable condition in a hospital in the region. Officers have been on the scene for most of the day and part of the street is still closed.

On Glen Keith Road, just off Loch Raven Boulevard, there was a red car, doors open with crime tape draped over it. It is one of the crime scenes under investigation by Baltimore County Police Department. They said they believe that after being shot, the victim came to a house in this area.

“That’s what we’re trying to figure out, exactly where the shooting happened. We believe we have two crime scenes,” Det said. Trae Corbin, of the Baltimore County Police Department.

Police said the other crime scene is a few minutes away on Chestnut Oak Road. A witness in that area told 11 News that he called 911 after hearing multiple gunshots.

“I heard what I thought were two or three shots and it wasn’t fireworks, and it was really loud and I was inside, and I heard three more shots,” said James Pisano. “I knew they were definitely shots. There’s no doubt there were the loudest shots I’ve ever heard.”

Pisano said the shooting was unfortunate and made him uncomfortable, and he has heard gunshots near him in the past.

The shooting prompted several schools in Towson/Parkville to go into lockout status. A lock-out status means that outside access to the schools is restricted.

The schools included Loch Raven Academy, White Oak School and Oakleigh and Pleasant Plains primary schools. Officials also said the Immaculate Heart of the Catholic School of Mary was on alert.

The schools have all since been fired, officials said.

No arrests so far there are no arrests in the shooting.

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Christopher Brito is a social media producer and trending writer for The Valley Voice, with a focus on sports and stories related to race and culture.

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