No charges for police officer in connection with Parkville shooting

A Maryland National Capital Police officer from the Montgomery County Division will not be charged in a shooting in Parkville in May. Baltimore County Police Officer Adnan Hussain said. Police said on May 5 that Hussain was trying to buy a PlayStation 5 in the 1100 block of Deanwood Road. The sale was organized via Facebook Marketplace. He was off duty at the time of the shooting. A few days earlier, police said they were made aware of a separate armed robbery which also originated from Facebook Marketplace on Deanwood Road. The victim in the case said he was robbed while trying to sell three pairs of tennis shoes, police said. and face robbery and weapons charges, police said.

A Maryland National Capital Police officer from the Montgomery County Division will not be charged in a shooting in Parkville in May.

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A grand jury declined to press charges against Officer Adnan Hussain, Baltimore County Police said.

Police said on May 5 that Hussain was trying to buy a PlayStation 5 in the 1100 block of Deanwood Road. The sale was set up via Facebook Marketplace.

Police said Hussain reported shooting two suspects after the $440 he used to buy the game console was stolen. He was off duty at the time of the shooting.

A few days earlier, police said they were made aware of a separate armed robbery which also originated from Facebook Marketplace on Deanwood Road. The victim in the case said he was robbed while trying to sell three pairs of tennis shoes, police said.

Police said that while detectives were investigating the case, the non-fatal shooting involving Hussain occurred.

At present, three suspects have been identified and face theft and weapons charges, police said.

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