BROOKLYN, Md. (WJZ) — A second man has been arrested in a shooting at an Anne Arundel County hotel last month.
Detectives arrested 38-year-old Tavon Antonio Conner at his south Baltimore home Wednesday on numerous charges, including attempted first-degree and second-degree murder, armed robbery and first-degree and second-degree assault, the Anne Arundel County Police Department said.READ MORE: Gov. Larry Hogan Defends Controversial Response Over Baltimore City COVID-19 Vaccines
Police said Conner, 25-year-old Kevin Michael McNally, Jr., and another man knocked on a man’s door at the Comfort Inn in the 6900 block of Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard early in the morning of August 7 and then attempted to rob him. When the man said he had no money, one of the men shot him multiple times.
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Officers arrived at the scene to find the victim with multiple non-life-threatening injuries.
After an investigation, police arrested McNally at his home near Arbutus on August 21.MORE NEWS: Man Arrested In Fatal Glen Burnie Shooting, Anne Arundel County Police Say
Officers are still searching for a third suspect. Anyone with information should call police at 410-222-6135 or 410-222-4700.