Police shooting under investigation in Rosedale

11 News has learned new details about an officer who was attacked at a traffic stop that turned violent. WBAL-TV was on the scene last night and today we learned a lot more about the attack and what led to it. , it all started around 8 p.m., when police said an officer was attacked while in uniform working secondary work near White Marsh Mall. According to the investigation so far, it appears that someone attacked the officer. Police said they later pulled over that suspect’s vehicle at the intersection of Philadelphia Road and Hamilton Avenue in Rosedale. Investigators said the driver began ramming her car into police cars and other people driving nearby. Officials said that then one of the officers fired. The driver then fled and officers followed her to Baltimore City, where they eventually took her into custody near Johns Hopkins Hospital. She was then taken to hospital for treatment. “It wasn’t just police cars that were rammed into by the suspect’s vehicle. Innocent bystanders were also involved at this intersection,” Baltimore County police spokesman Joy Lepola-Stewart said. According to reports, the suspect started to ram police cars into bystanders’ vehicles. We know that a passenger was in the vehicle and has also been arrested. All patients, including the police officer and suspect, are being treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

11 News has learned new details about an officer who was attacked at a traffic stop that turned violent.

WBAL-TV was on the scene last night and today we learned a lot more about the attack and what led to it.

According to officials, it all started around 8 p.m., when police said an officer was attacked while in uniform doing secondary work near White Marsh Mall. According to the investigation so far, it appears that someone attacked the officer.

According to police, they later stopped that suspect’s vehicle at the intersection of Philadelphia Road and Hamilton Avenue in Rosedale. Investigators said the driver began ramming her car into police cars and other people driving nearby.

Officials said that then one of the officers fired. The driver then fled and officers followed her to Baltimore City, where they eventually took her into custody near Johns Hopkins Hospital. She was then taken to hospital for treatment.

“It wasn’t just police cars that were rammed into by the suspect’s vehicle. Innocent bystanders were also involved at this intersection,” Baltimore County police spokesman Joy Lepola-Stewart said.

According to reports, the suspect started to ram police cars into bystanders’ vehicles. We know that a passenger was in the vehicle and has also been arrested. All patients, including the police officer and suspect, are being treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

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