New Video May Help Triple Shooting Investigation
DUNDALK, Md. (WJZ) — There is revealing new surveillance video that could help the investigation into a triple shooting that started near Dundalk Middle School.
Gigi Barnett has details on this new development.
The surveillance video is part of police’s ongoing investigation and it gives officers minute-by-minute details of what happened after a multiple shooting.
In the back office of a convenience store in the Turner Station area of Baltimore County, there’s a surveillance video system.
On Wednesday around 8:30 p.m., cameras caught a teen shooting victim limping in. Bullets hit both of his legs. Minutes later, one of the first officers on the scene arrived. Shortly after that, paramedics whisked the 15-year-old away to Johns Hopkins.
“They brought him here because it was well-lit, people around,” said Gary Spratley.
Investigators say Charles Robinson and Quincy Alford shot the teen and he’s one of three victims.
Police say the shootings stemmed from a fight earlier that day at Dundalk Middle School. Officials believe Alford and Robinson fired into a crowd near the convenience store to avenge a younger family member. The fight and shooting may be part of a larger, ongoing feud between two families.
“Usually two kids fight, they’re friends the next day,” said Spratley. “Now somebody’s parents get involved…and two guys come with a shotgun? Come on, that’s insane.”
Alford and Robinson are charged with attempted first-degree murder, first-degree assault and using a handgun in a felony.
The injuries are not life threatening.