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June 30, 2014
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Warrant issued for Jamaican man in the US

Following a shooting that injured two people in Maryland, United States, the police have issued an arrest warrant for a Jamaican man, who they say is the responsible for incident.

The Baltimore County police in Maryland are reported to have an arrest warrant charging 21-year-old Ashani John Salmon in connection with the June 16 shooting of two people.

Reports are that two people were believed to be arguing with Salmon in front of the Pejus Restaurant and Lounge located in Woodlawn, Baltimore County, Maryland, when he allegedly pulled a gun and opened fire hitting the two.

According to police personnel, Salmon is a Jamaican male of light complexion, with short hair, 5 feet 4 inches tall and about 150 to 160 pounds, whom they consider to be armed and dangerous.

Salmon is still on the run as the Baltimore County Police Department urge persons with information to come forward.


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