MURDER USA: Jamari Hammond sought by cops for attempted murder at Arundel Mall thug-fight
HANOVER, MD. – The idea that by avoiding ghetto areas of Baltimore by visiting a nice suburban mall and casino such as Arundel Mills Mall in Anne Arundel County is safer due to not being overrun with gun-toting gangs was exploded as a
As families shopped, dined out and prepared to attend movies, police report that two gangs of thugs, with at least one of the thugs packing heat, became involved in squabble that they apparently decided was best to end with gunfire.
Anne Arundel Police report that on February 16, 2019 at approximately 7:45 PM Police Officers were dispatched to the entrance 3 portion of Arundel Mills Mall for a shooting.
Officers located several witnesses and obtained surveillance footage of the incident. While officers were investigating the incident an adult male subject arrived at an area hospital with a gunshot wound to his lower torso. The subject was a victim of the aforementioned shooting at Arundel Mills Mall and is in stable condition.
Detectives conducted interviews and collected evidence related to this incident.
While officers were investigating the incident an adult male subject arrived at an area hospital with a gunshot wound to his lower torso.
A suspect was positively identified as Jamari Marquese Hammond and is currently wanted for attempted murder and a host of accompanying related charges. Police say that the incident stemmed from a verbal altercation between two groups of individuals previously unknown to each other and that it was targeted and isolated in nature.
What the police didn’t say is that they have no way in the world to keep such “isolated” events from happening again as any mall anywhere is open to such violence from thugs who decide to settle disputes the same way they do on the killing streets of Baltimore – with lead flying and not caring who gets hit by the gunfire.
Police ask that anyone with information is urged to call the Anne Arundel County Police Department’s Western District at 410-222-6155, or the TipLine 410-222-4700.