Gunfire In Annapolis Prompts Arrest Of Glen Burnie Man: Police
ANNAPOLIS, MD - Authorities said a Glen Burnie man was recently arrested, 2 months after gunfire damaged an Annapolis home.
The Annapolis Police Department said Curtis Johnson, 42, was arrested on July 28.
Online court records show that Johnson is charged with these nine offenses:
- First-degree assault (Felony)
- Second-degree assault (Misdemeanor)
- Reckless endangerment (Misdemeanor)
- Handgun in vehicle (Misdemeanor)
- Loaded handgun in vehicle (Misdemeanor)
- Loaded handgun on person (Misdemeanor)
- Handgun on person (Misdemeanor)
- Firearm use in a felonious violent crime (Misdemeanor)
- Discharging a firearm (Other)
Officers said the shots were fired on May 31 in the unit block of Pleasant Street. Nobody was hurt.
Judge Danielle Marie Mosley ordered Johnson to be held without bond on July 31, the records say.
This map shows the area where authorities said the shots were fired.
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