ROSEDALE, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County Police have charged 42-year-old Antowan S. Clark with two counts of first-degree murder in the Rosedale triple shooting Wednesday night.

Officers were called to the 5500 block of Lanham Way around 11 p.m. for a reported shooting.

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Two adults, 42-year-old Nyatiaha Faltz and 19-year-old Grantley Herbert, were fatally shot in the upper body following an argument at a family gathering, police said.

A child, 8-year-old Ka’niyah Watlington, suffered a non-fatal injury after she was shot in the lower body, police said Thursday. Her mother told police she is in stable condition.

“When the officers arrived on the scene they found three people suffering from gunshot wounds,” Joy Stewart, Baltimore County Police Director of Public Affairs, said. “This appears to be an isolated incident that was the result of a domestic-related argument.”

According to charging documents obtained by WJZ, Clark got into an argument with Faltz when she and other members of her family left for dinner without him.

Clark allegedly started calling Faltz continually, prompting her to ask him to leave the home, according to charging documents.

When she and other members of the family returned, Clark was still there. Faltz’s son, Herbert, went inside the home and started yelling at Clark, and that’s when witnesses started hearing gunshots, according to officials.

Neighbors said they were shocked to hear about the shooting.

“Things like this don’t happen around here,” a local resident told WJZ.

Clark is being held at the Baltimore County Detention Center on a no-bail status pending a bail review hearing.

Stetson Miller