Officers Arrest Suspect in March Frederick Avenue Non-Fatal Shooting Case

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On April 13, at approximately 6:30 a.m., members of the Warrant Task Force arrested 25-year-old Anthony Ward at a home in Middle River, Md., in connection with a March non-fatal shooting.

Ward was transported to the Southwest District where he was interviewed by detectives, and then to Central Booking where he has since been charged with first-degree attempted murder.

Ward is currently in Central Booking where he is waiting to see a court commissioner.

On March 31, at approximately 2:00 p.m., a 34-year-old male walked into St. Agnes Hospital suffering from a single gunshot wound to his arm.

Southwest District shooting detectives with the Baltimore Police Department (BPD) responded and assumed control of the investigation.

Detectives learned that the victim had been shot in the 4100 block of Frederick Avenue as he exited a convenience store.

Detectives gathered evidence, including video footage, which showed the incident as it transpired.

Detectives quickly identified the shooter and obtained an arrest warrant on April 1.

Anthony Ward, 25
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