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Thursday, June 25, 2015

Man Dies After Police Involved Shooting

Baltimore County Police say officers opened fire at a man around 1 a.m. after they were called to a home in Owings Mills after responding to the scene of a report of a domestic disturbance.

The man, 41-year-old Spencer McCain, died this morning of his injuries about seven hours after being shot what appears to have been 19 times, says Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson. He says the officers heard a disturbance inside the house when they got to the scene and forced their way into the house on Hunting Ridge drive.

Chief Johnson also states there was what he called an extensive history of calls for domestic trouble at the home and that the woman who lived there suffered cuts and bruises from being hit after McCain told her, "You're going to get the beating you deserve."



Anonymous said...

Why do women stay with men that beat them?!

Anonymous said...

19 is a good number He must have been on something serious to keep coming like that.

Anonymous said...

Great Job officers!! Everyone goes home!

Anonymous said...

19 times , 18 in the legs and one in the chest , poor guy kept coming.

Anonymous said...

So someone else called not the female. They heard noises and busted in,killing the man. What if a neighbor heard rough sex? Cops never said they knocked. They said the forced entry due to high number of past complaints. And again we read.... Cops never saw or located a weapon! How is this possible? Coward scared ass cops! All police are trained to not fire until they visually see a weapon. No reason tasers couldn't be used first. More murderous cops is all this is!

Anonymous said...

All of the training at the firing range paid off big time.The pattern was amazingly tight.