Grand jury won’t file criminal charges against officer who shot robbery suspects in Baltimore County – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A grand jury on Monday declined to press charges against an officer with the Montgomery County Division of the Maryland National Capital Police who was robbed while trying to buy a Playstation 5 last month, authorities say .

Adnan Hussain said he shot and killed two suspects on May 5 after the $440 he brought with him to buy a Playstation 5 in the 1100 block of Deanwood Road was robbed, Baltimore County Police say .

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Two days before the shooting, detectives from the Baltimore County Police Department Investigative Services Team at the Towson precinct were contacted about a street robbery that originated from Facebook Marketplace in the 1100 block of Deanwood Road, authorities said.

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The victim said he was robbed while trying to sell three pairs of tennis shoes, police said.

While detectives were investigating this case, Hussain became involved in the shooting incident.

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Three suspects have been identified in connection with the robbery and face robbery and weapons charges, authorities said.

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