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Baltimore Police Department Baltimore, Maryland


DetectiveDivision Final Report 29 October 2010
To: From: Incident: Chief, Criminal I.nvestigation Division Commanding Officer, Homicide Section Police Involved Shootingl Fatal
CC# I06-B-0 1695, I O-H-O 15

Final Report Location:


3722 Oakmont Avenue

Dateffime:

4 February 2010 @ about 1901 hours.


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Method:

On-duty Baltimore City Plainclothes Police Officers, operating an unmarked police vehicle. Officers involved in an exchange of gun fire, only one officer sustained a gunshot wound to his right arm, one individual sustained fatal gunshot wounds to the torso and the suspect sustained a gunshot injury to the left shoulder.

Victim/ Involved Officer #1: Detective Chris Funk, VCIS Unit, W/M Seq# 1266 DOB: EOD: 8/8/07, On-duty in plainclothes. Officer sustained two gunshot wounds to the right arm. Involved Officer #2: Detective Mathew Ryckman, VCIS Unit, W/M

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EOD: 11/28/06, On-duty in plainclothes Officer did not sustain any injuries. Victim: Dennis Michael Gregory MIB/DOB 10/8/68 3610 Sequoia Ave Baltimore, MD SID# 996245 Fatal (3) gunshot wounds sustained to the abdomen, Chest and left hand.

Suspect:

Glenn Brooks M/B, DOB: 4/1/68 3722 Oakmont Ave Baltimore, Md. SIO#968848 Non-fatal gunshot wound to left shoulder.
Detective Detective Detective Detective Detective Major Terrence McLarney. Sergeant Michael Mancuso Marvin Sydnor Joseph Landsman Joshua Ellsworth

Investie:ators:

Notification: On Thursday 4 February 2010, at about 1904 hours, Dispatcher #80 telephoned the Homicide Section and advised Detective Martin Young of a police involved shooting at 3722 Oakmont Ave. The above listed investigators responded to the scene and arrived at about 1930 hours. Summary: Preliminary investigation reveals that Detective Funk and Ryckman who are members of the Violent Crimes Impact Section were in the area of the 3700 block of Oakmont Ave. At this time they were involved in an exchange of gunfire with a subject who was on the front porch of 3722 Oakmont Ave. Detective Funk sustained two gunshot wounds to the right ann and Detective RycklT'.an not sustain any injuries. An did individual later identified as Dennis Gregory sustained multiple gunshot wounds to the torso and collapsed on the front porch. Suspect Brooks sustained a gunshot wound to the left shoulder, was able to run into this dwelling, was pursued and arrested in the basement. Detective Funk was transported to Shock Trauma, treated and released. Dennis Gregory was transported to Sinai Hospital and succumbed to his injuries at 1920hours. Suspect Brooks was also transported to Sinai Hospital by medic staff and was treated and then released. Seven .40 caliber spent casings and numerous spent projectiles were located on the scene. After suspect Brook's arrest, the address of 3722 Oakmont Ave was secured and Homicide Detectives returned with a search and seizure warrant signed by the Honorable Judge Audrey Carrion. During the search of the dwelling, the following was
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A fully loaded (six shot) .38 caliber Taurus revolver Two boxes .38 caliber ammo A bullet proof vest And personal letters in the name of Glenn Brooks

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After waiving his rights, Brooks admittedthe following: The .38 caliber handgunwas his, he attempted to conceal the weapon in the basement after discharging same at the officers and the weapon was for protectionafter his friend had been recently shot in the neighborhood. Risto" of Rand2un Susoects Hand2Un:

Sergeant Kevin Jones, Firearms Trace Unit was able to investigate the pedigree of the followinghandgun discovered at 3722 Oakmont Ave, dwing the execution of the search and seizure warrant:
Taurus .38 caliber revolver was sold to Reginald Joey Craig, WIM 04/22/57,204 Whitehall Rd, Elkton, MD 21921, TIP 410-398-4410, 04/1111987 by Sportsman Center, 531 Legion Drive., Havre De Grace, MD. 21078

Officer Involved #1:

Detective Chris Funk

Detective Funk was transported to University Hospital, Shock Trauma for gunshot injuries. On the March 24, 2010, Detective Funk submitted the following statement through his attorney:

On February 4, 2010, I was working 1600-2400 hours. and assigned to the VCIS and working out of the Northwest District. I was wearing plain clotbes which consisted of cargo pants and a dark t-shirt over a white thermal shirt. My vest was under my shirt. I was wearing my badge in plain view on the right side of my belt. I was working with Officer Mathew Ryckman who was also in plain clothes. At approximately 1900 houn, I was contacted by Sgt Elliott who advised me that a confidential informant (CI) was going to be calling Officer Ryckman with information about a penon with a gun. Officer Ryckman was immediately contacted by the CI who advised us that "Glen" was out on his front porch and was carrying a gun. We knew "Glen" as Glen Brooks. Brooks is someone we had spoken to in the pa.st regarding criminal activity in the area. We responded to Brook's address on Oakmont Ave. As we arrived at the residence we did not observe anyone on the front porch or area of the home. We drove our covert vehicle into the block where we observed the CI. Officer Ryckman contacted the CI and advised himlher that no one was on the porch and that we did not observe Brooks in the area. The CI advised that helshe would call back. We parked our vehicle in the rear alley behind Brook's house. We exited our vehicle and were re-contacted by the CI. The CI advised that Brooks was now back on the front porch of his house with a gun.

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that Brooks was now back on the front porch of his house with a gun. Brook's house is an end unit at the exit of the rear alley. We exited the alley and observed a subject on the front porch. As I turned the corner out of the alley I yelled upolice" to identify ourselves. A subject immediately began to discharge at us. I was struck in my right arm by the gunfire coming from the porch. In fear of my life and Officer Ryckman's life, I began to discharge my service weapon at the subject. I observed a subject fall to the ground. I advised Officer Ryckman that I had been shot. I maintained cover on the front porch while Officer Ryckman approached the porch. At that time additional police units arrived on the scene.
advised

KGA was notified of the policeinvolvedshootingand a medic unit was requestedfor both subjectswho were shot and myselfwho was also shot.

DetectiveFunk's Weapon:
40 Caliber Glock 22 Semi-Automatic Pistol Serial II US KKZ374

Detective Funk's weapon was recovered by Crime laboratory Technician Montgomery, who photographed and retained the weapon after inspection by Homicide Detective Joshua Ellsworth. Upon inspection, the weapon contained (9) live rounds, same had been dismantled by Technician Montgomery prior to Detective Ellsworth arrival and inspection. All ammunition appeared to be departmental issued.

Detective Funk's Use of Force Historv: None

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OfficerInvolved#2:

Detective Mathew Rvckman

On the 24d1 March 2010, Detective Ryckman submitted the followiDg statemeDt through his attorney: On February 4,2010, I was working 1600-2400hours. and assigned to the VCIS and working out of the Northwest District. I was wearing plain clothes which consisted of blue jeans, blue hooded sweatshirt with my vest on the outside. I was wearing my badge in plain view around my neck. I was working with Officer Chris Funk who was also iDplain clothes.
At approximately 1900 hours, I was CODtacted by a cODfideDtial informant

(CI) who advised me that "Glen" was out ODhis front porch and was carrying a gun. We knew "GleD" as Glen Brooks. Brooks is someone we had spoken to in the past regarding criminal activity in the area. We responded to Brooks address on OakmoDt Ave. as we arrived at the residence we did not observe anyone ODthe front porch or area of the home. We drove our covert vehicle into the block where we observed the (CI). I contacted the CI and advised himlher tbat no ODe was on the porch and that we did not observe Brooks in the area. The CI advised that he/she would call me back. We parked our vehicle in the rear alley behind Brook's house. We exited out vehicle and were re-contacted by the CI. The CI advised that Brooks was now back out on the front porch of his house with a gun. Brook's house is an end unit at the exit ofthe rear alley. We exited the alley and observed a subject on the front porch. Officer Funk yelled "Police" to identify ourselves. A subject immediately began to discharge at us. Officer Funk was struck by the gunfire

comingfrom the porch. In fear of my life and OfficerFunk's life,I beganto

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dischargemy service weapon at the subject. Whiledischargingmy serviceweapon,I

was able to determine that there was a secondsubject on the front porch. I observed
the subject fall to the ground. I then lost sight of the other subject and did not see him on the porch. I maintained cover on the front porch and approached. I observed the second subject lying on the porch and he appeared to have been shot. I handcuffed the second subject. It was apparent that the other subject entered the house. Additional officers arrived on the scene. I responded back to my vehicle and retrieved a body bunker. I entered the house with other officers in an attempt to locate the other subject. Myself and other officers entered the basement where Brooks was located hiding under a pile of clothes. Brooks had also received a gunshot wound. Brooks was handcuffed. KGA was notified of the police involved shooting and a medic unit was requested for both subjects who were shot and Officer Funk who was also shot. Detective Rvckman's Weapon:
On the 4th February 20 t 0, at about 2006 hours, Detective Ryckman arrived at the Homicide Unit office from 3722 Oakmont Ave, Detective Sergeant Darryl Massey and Detective Steven Matchett inspected Detective Ryckman's service weapon and the following infonnation was revealed:

.40 Caliber Glock 22 Semi-Automatic Pistol Serial# US KKZ769 Detective Ryckmans weapon was recoveredby Crime Laboratory Technician William Sloan, who photographedand retainedthe weapon after inspection by Homicide Detective Sergeant Darryl Massey. Upon inspection, the weapon contained (I) live round in the chaimber and (7) live rounds in the magazine. All ammunition appeared to be departmental issued. Detective Rvckman's Use of Force Historv:
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Victim:

Dennis Gregory Total Arrests 21, CDS 9, Handgun 1

10-J-002 Victim (Fatal Police Involved Shooting) Dennis Gregory M/B/41, DOB: 10/08/68 3610 Sequoia Ave. Baltimore Maryland 21215 OCCURRED: 3700 Oakmont Ave 02/04/10 1900 SID# 996245 FBI# 857985FAl B.P.I# 000996245 SS# Maryland Soundex # G-626-139-603-775 Dennis Gregory had no open warrants at the time of the incident. Miscellaneous Information Dennis Gregory was involved in (1) other crimes in Lotus Notes 1. Aggravated-AS VICTIM 02-6H09492 02A3405 Dennis Gregory had 5 Citizen Contact Receipts Dennis Greeorv's Criminal Historv 01/03/87 10/06/87 01121/89 09/03/89 09/19/89 01105/90 02/15/91 08120/91 02/07/92 03/16/92 Baltimore City Baltimore City Baltimore City Baltimore City Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore Baltimore City City City City City City Theft CDS:MFGR No Court data CDS:Poss.lResist Disorderly/Resist No Court Data Battery Handgun on person Battery CDS:Poss 7months 4 years suspended 3 years probation 90 Days 64 Days suspended Stet 7 months STET STET 3 years 2 years suspended

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4 years probation Battery/Resisting 6 years Deadly Weapon 5 years 2 months suspended 4 years probation CDS:Poss W/Int I year Assault 2ndDegree 1 Year 9 months suspended I year probation CDS:Poss 2 years STET CDS: Poss No Court Data AttCDS:Dist 14 months CDS: Dist 12 years 10 years/ 6 months susp. 3 years probation Warrant lION Calvert St Warrant CDS:Poss./Dist 14 years 13 years 1months suspended

Medics responded to the scene where paramedic transported the victim to Sinai Hospital. The victim sustained multiple gunshot wounds to the torso and died from same.
Medical Examiners Conclusions:

On the 51h February 2010, Doctor Vincenti of the O.C.M.E conducted the post-mortem examination of Dennis Gregory, witnessed by Detectives Sydnor and Landsman. The Doctor concluded that Gregory had sustained gunshot injuries to the abdomen, chest and left hand. The death was ruled a Homicide/Shooting. Two projectiles were recovered along with a set of handcuffs that were locked to Gregory's right wrist. Although having been requested by Detective Josh Ellsworth, GSR or bagging of Gregory's hands were not completed prior to autopsy. Two projectiles were removed from the victims body and submitted to ECU.
Next of Kin Notified:

On 51hFebruary 2010, after Dennis Gregory had been positively identified via Ms Hicklin, Identification Section, Detective Sydnor and Landsman responded to 3610 Sequoia Ave, the listed residence of Dennis Gregory. Ms Lorraine Johnson, 410" .. Gregory's sister was notified of her brother's death and information known about the death at that time.

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Suspect:

Glenn Brooks Total Arrests 20, CDS 11, Handgun 1

10-J-002 Victim/Suspect #2 (non-fatal police involved shooting) Glenn Brooks M/B/41, DOB:04/01/68 3722 Oakmont Avenue, Baltimore Maryland 21215 OCCURRED:3700 Oakmont Ave, 2/4/10 at 1900 hours
SID#968848 FBI#267013F A8 SS_ Maryland Soundex# B-620-282-687-258

Glenn Brooks was on probation until 02/09/11 for CDS:Poss. At the time of the incident (Agent Snowden) Glenn Brooks has no open warrants at the time of the incident Glenn Brooks was involved in (0) other crimes in Lotus Notes. Glenn Brooks has 5 Citizen Contact Receipts 06/20/86 03/18/87 Glenn Brooks Criminal Historv Theft! UIU Livestock Baltimore City 1 year suspended Baltimore City Battery/FTO 1 year suspended 3 years probation STET 2 years 1 year 11 Months Suspended 2 years probation 1 year STET 17 years

04/22/87 09/17/88

Baltimore City Baltimore City

Trespass Deadly Weapon Battery FTA CDS:MFGRlPoss Theft Robbery

01107/89 04/18/90 06/25/91

Baltimore City Baltimore City Baltimore City

Handgun on Person VOP 06/25/91 05/05/94 08/16/95 02/15/00 04/16/02 05/01/02 08/03/02 08/10/02 02/01/08 11/13/08 11/14/08 02/12/09 04/13/09 Baltimore City Baltimore City Baltimore City Baltimore City 2800 Westwood 2800 Westwood 2000 N Longwood 2800 W North Ave 3700 Oakmont 37000akmont CDS: Poss. Battery CDS: Poss. FrO Att. CDS: Dist

14 Years Suspended 4 Years Probation Nolle Pros Nolle Pros Dismissed Nolle Pros 5 Months

Released WlOut Charge CDS: Poss. CDS: Dist CDS: Poss. CDS: Poss. 5 Months 5 Years 1 Month Nolle Pros STET Unk. Sentence Unk. Sentence

5400 Denmore Ave. Att. CDS: Dist 3722 Oakmont Ave 3722 Oakmont Ave CDS: Poss. CDS: Poss.

Medics responded to the scene where Paramedics transported suspect Brooks to Sinai Hospital where he was treated and released. The suspect sustained a gunshot wound to the left shoulder. Brooks's property was seized at the hospital and submitted to the ECU under property number 10006529 by Officer Glen Foster. Following property was submitted:

Blue jeans Brown belt Black Nike boots

red boxers white socks

After treatment, Brooks was transported to the Homicide office by Officer Dathan Garrett, unit 614 and he submitted a statement after an explanation and waiver of his rights. Brooks refused having his statement taped but finished a statement via notes taken by Detective Sydnor and Ellsworth. At the conclusion of the interrogation, Brooks

read, signed and dated his written statement. Following is a synopsis of same submitted to ECU, property nwnber 10008415: He felt the same people who had shot his friend, Kevin Ebb, AKA, Zock on the 2ndFebruary 2010 on the 3700 blk. Oakmont Ave. were coming after him. He armed himself for protection Gregory came to his house tonight He was on the porch with Gregory and he believed Gregory didn't know he was armed He had gun in his pocket of his vest and the pocket was large enough so his hand was on the gun while inside the pocket He was closer to the front door and Gregory was to the left of him He was pacing and looking down the alley, looking for anyone "creeping down the alley" He was shot at first and he shot back at the same time running into the house He emptied his gun and dropped the shells in the house He ran to the basement to retrieve more bullets He was going "lay" at the bottom of the basement steps Then he heard "them" announce "police" He put the gun up and ran back downstairs and told Tarsh to hide As Brooks ran through the front door he closed it behind him leaving Gregory on the outside He heard Gregory say, "what y'all doing, I just sitting here" He got six more bullets from under the basement bed He further describe the police as creeping down the alley and when he got a "visual", Brooks spooked the police Lastly, Brooks indicated no one announced police and he felt the police was spooked and were not expecting anyone to be on the porch.

The statement began at OI40hrs.and ended on 0234hrs., on the SibFebruary 200 I.

After the interview, Brooks was subsequently transported to Central Booking and charged with the following criminal offenses:

Two counts attempt marder


Two counts rll'St degree assault

Handgun violation Felonyin possessionof a handgun

Primarv Officer's reDOrt:


On the 411I February 2010, at about 190I, Officer Jazmin Nunez from the Northwestern District reported she responded to the area of Reisterstown Road and Oakmont Avenue for a "signal 13", officer in distress call. At that location, she discovered a shooting scene. Dennis Gregory was found on the front porch of 3722 Oakmont Ave. having sustained apparent gunshot wounds to the upper body. Medic 14 transported Gregory to Sinai Hospital where death was pronounced at approximately 1920hrs., by Doctor Zuberi. Responding officers also located Glenn Brooks in the basement of 3722 Oakmont Ave., and observed that he had sustained gunshot injuries to the left shoulder. He was subsequently transported to Sinai Hospital by Medic 8. In addition to the aforementioned subjects, responding officers found Detective Funk at the scene having sustained gunshot injuries to the right arm and he was transported to Shock Trauma by Medic personnel. Detective Ryckman was also located. Mobile Crime Lab Technicians Silbaugh, Layne and Rivera processed the scene.

omcer WitnessStatement#1:
Officer Jonathan Mackensen, H947, submitted the followingtyped statementto Major John Hess on the 411I ebruary2010: F Sir, I respectfully report the following: While conducting crime suppression in the 3700 Block of Garrison Blvd., a shoots rll'ed call came out for the 3700 block of Oakmout. I responded to 3700 block of Oakmount Ave. as a 10.16 unit. Upon arrival I observed Det. Funk standing in front of 3712 Oakmonnt holding his right arm, suffering from a gun shot wound. Det. Ryckman was on the front porch of 3722 Oakmount Ave. placing an unknown male in handcuffs. Det(s) Funk and Ryckman advised myself that another suspect ran inside of 3722 Oakmount Ave. I

then went to the rear of 3722Oakmont to securethe rear of thehouse...

Officer Mackenson further reported that he responded to Shock Trauma and recovered Detective Funk's pants and departmental vest and submitted both items to the ECU, property number 10006485. He also returned the following items to Detective Funk prior to the Homicide detective's inspection:

Departmental identification card and case Departmental radio Badge and holder Garrison belt Flashlight Handcuffs and case Pocket knife Wrist watch Holster Cell phone case Note pad and pen Baseball cap Officer Witness Statement#2:

Detective Damion M. Krass, 8913, submitted the following typed statement to Major John Hess on the 4'" February2010:

"Sir, I respectfullyreport the fonowing:Wbileconductingcrime suppression in tbe 3700Blockof Garrison Blvd,a shootsfired call cameout for the 3700blockof OakmountAveas a 10-16unit. Uponarrival I observedDet. Funk standing in front of3722 Oakmountholding his right arm, sufferingfrom a gun shot wound. Det. Ryckmanwason the front porch of3722OakmountAve.placingand unknown malein handcuffs.Det(s)Funk and Ryckmanadvisedmyselftbat anotber suspect ran insideof3722Oakmount Ave.I

then made entry through the front roomwindowusinga crutch to break the glass and openedthe door for other respondingofficen. Det. Dipaolausing a bunker alongwith myselfcleared the upstairs rooms.At that point we then respondedto the basementlocationwhere we helpedclear the basement.The secondsuspectwas locatedand then placed under arrest."

Officer Witness Statement#3:

Detective Momodu Gondo, H832, submittedthe following typed statement to Major John Hess on the 41h February2010: "Sir, I respectfully report the following: While conducting crime suppression in the 3700 Block of Garrison Blvd, a shots fired call came out for the 3700 Blk of Oakmount.1 responded to the 3700 Blk ofOakmont Ave as a 10-16 unit. Upon arrival I observed Det. Funk standing in front of 3722 Oakmount holding his right arm, suffering from a gunshot wound. Det. Ryckman was on the front porch of 3722 Oakmount Ave. placing an unknown male in handcuffs. Det(s) Funk and Ryckman advised me of another suspect who was inside of 3722 Oakmount Ave. I gained entry into the dwelling and located the second suspect in the basement, who was placed under arrest." Officer Witness Statement#4:

Detective Dave Moynihan reported the following on the 4th February 2010: On 4th February 2010, at about 1910 hours, he arrived on the scene at 3722 Oakmont Ave. for a report of a shooting. He observed medics working on an unknown black male on the porch. A second male was leaning against the wall, Detective Moynihan verbally advised this person later identified as Glenn Brooks, of his rights. Detective Moynihan asked Brooks what happened and Brooks replied, "I was on the porch with DeMis, I saw people come out of the alley shooting. I saw Dennis shooting."

Officer Witness Statement#S:

Detective Sergeant Parker Elliott, submittedthe following typed statement to Detective Marvin Sydnor on the 91h February2010 after conferring with him on the 81h February2010:

"Sir,
I respectfully report that in reference to the police involved shooting that occurred on February 4th,2010 at the location of 3722 Oakmont Ave this Sergeant is reporting events that took place in which this Sergeant was involved in prior to the above mentioned shooting which was reported under CC#10681695. On the date of 2//4/10 this Sergeant began a secondary employment shift which the hours were 1600 hrs to OOOOhrs. Secondary employment assignment This was located at the Guilford Ave bomeless shelter located at 210 Guilford Ave. While working this secondary employment this Sergeant received a phone call via my Departmental Cell phone ( in which registered confidential informant Dennis Gregory called me on a phone number that was not recognized by t~s phone number used by Gregory to contact tbis Sergeant was ( serlant~The This phonecall occurred at approximately1849hrs. Gregory immediately informed me that he has knowledge of a person carrying a handgun and inquired if units were available to make an arrest. This Sergeant informed Gregory that Detectives Ryckman and Funk were believed to be working and should be available to investigate. Ryckman and Funk are somewhat familiar with Gregory just as Gregory was somewhat familiar with these two Detectivesdue to a prior investigation that took place several month earlier, Ryckman registered Gregory as a confidential informant though Gregory was handled by this Sergeant with Ryckman assisting in tbe handling on several occasions. This Sergeant immediately instructed Gregory to contact Ryckman and give him this information. Gregory informed me that he did not have Ryckman's phone number. Tbis Sergeant quickly provided Gregory with Ryckman's phone number

not a departmental cell)and instructedGregory to immediately

contact Ryckman and give him tbis information. Gregory agreed and tbe cell was terminated. Immediately after hanging the phone up with Gregory tbis Sergeant contacted Detective Funk on bis cell phone ( not a departmental cell) at approximately 1850 brs and informed Funk that Dennis Gregory will be calling Ryckman witb Information regarding an armed person. Tbis Sergeant contacted Funk to insure tbat Ryckman was avaoable to take Gregory's call. While on the phone with Funk this Sergeant overheard Funk inform Ryckman that "0" is going to call In a few seconds with a guy witb a gun." This Sergeant overbeard Ryckman state "I think tbis Is him rigbt now." I asked Funk if the call Ryckman was receiving was Gregory and Funk responded by saying "ya Sarg its him we got it." I instructed Funk to contact me after they investigated Gregory's information and let me know how it turned out. At approximately 1900 hrs Lt Tim Devine, who is my VCIS supervisor, called on my Departmental cell phone. It was at this time that This Sergeant learned that Funk had been shot in a police involved shooting which took place at Oakmont and Reisterstown Rd. At this time this Sergeant immediately left my secondary employment and placed myself on duty and responded to the scene to ensure crime scene preservation and officer well being. Once it was learned that all crime scene

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functionswere beinghandled properly thb Sergeant respoodedto ShockTrauma and remained with Funk until he was out of surgery. " CiviUanWitnessStatemeot#l: Bryant AlexanderHull
M/B, 3/1Z/fJ7 3708 Oakmont Ave. This witness was interviewed at the Homicide Unit by Detectives Veney and Ellsworth on the 4thFebruary 2010. Following is a synopsis of the taped statement submined to ECU, property number 1000g415: The witness was playing video games with Nathaniel Carmichael 00 the second floor Heard three shots, saw a W1M, "knocker", wearing a brown top and Ught colored jeans Officer had badge aft1xedto his chest His house was raided by poUcewith bunker and goD

CivilianWitnessStatement#2: Nathaniel Carmichael


M/B, 12129194 3722 Oakmont Ave. This witness was interviewedat the Homicide Unit by Detective Roscoe Lewis on the 411I February 2010. Following is a synopsis of the taped statement submitted to ECU, property number 10008415:

Was in the bedroomwith Bryaot Ball playinga X-Boxgame


His sister Latasha Bradshaw, BIF, 11 was downstairs In the Uving room

Heard multipleshots

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Looked out his bedroom window saw uniformed officer pointing his gun Didn't see this officer fire his weapon Latasha ran upstairs, yelling she was afraid Heard police banging on the front door and smashing windows Police ran upstairs, checked all rooms Was ordered by police to put up his hands and lie on the floor All three were ordered outside Glenn Brooks is his uncle Crime Scene The neighborhood is located in the Northwestern area of Baltimore City, in the front and alley adjacent to 3722 Oakmont Ave., an end row house brick dwelling. On the southwest side of 3722 Oakmont Ave. seven .40 caliber casings were recovered. On the grass lot southwest of 3722 Oakmont Ave. a .45 caliber casing was also recovered. (It is to be noted in reference to non-fatal shooting, 2 February 2010, five .45 caliber casings were also recovered, IOB00645).Suspected blood was observed on the pavement and steps leading up to 3722 Oakmont Ave. On the front porch of this location, a red shirt, broken cell phone, a hat and a projectile in the shirt were recovered. One metal crutch was observed on the front porch leaning in a broken first floor window closest to the front door, another crutch was on the pavement leading to 3722 Oakmont Ave. Suspected bullet damage was observed on the front door and the underside of the roof of 3722 Oakmont Ave. and 3720 Oakmont Ave. Three fragments were recovered from this underside of the roof to 3722 Oakmont Ave.
After a search warrant had been secured the interior of 3722 Oakmont Ave was processed. Concealed in the wall leading to the basement was .38 caliber Taurus handgun, serial 1689547. Under a bed, two boxes of .38 cartridges were also seized, along with personal papers in GlelU1Brook's name. Two metal fragments were recovered from the living room and a projectile was recovered from the basement floor. Suspected blood was also recovered from the wall at the bottom of the basement stairs. A bullet proof vest was recovered from the dilU1ingroom table. The scene was processed by Mobile Crime Technicians Layne (T491), Riveria (S756) and Silbaugh. The weather was clear and cold.

States Attornev ASA Matt Fraling and ASA Lisa Goldberg have been apprised of the developments of this investigation.

Respectfully,

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tective Sergeant Michael Mancuso Squad'SuDeDr'isor::- Homicide Section

Detective Major Terrance M Commanding Officer - Ho

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