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SWAT Incident: Barricade Subject at 1200 Block of Liberty Road in Carroll County

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Update 10:58pm: A man was shot and killed by a state trooper after an overnight barricade in Carroll County, according to the Maryland Attorney General’s Office.


Update 10:52am: Still waiting on Maryland State Police to issue a press release on the incident (that is the entity handling this incident). I spoke on the phone with them to confirm details I have received but they were unable to confirm at this time as the incident is still under investigation.

Out of respect for the situation I am holding off on the details passed along to me until I get official confirmation.

I would expect at some point (hopefully soon) a press release to be issued from MSP. You can watch here for any press release on the incident: https://news.maryland.gov/msp/press-releases/. As soon as information is released I will update this article.


Update 8:15am: Road cleared in #Sykesville on Rt 26/Liberty Rd NB/SB between MD-32/Sykesville Rd and Johnsville Rd. Reported by CHART


At of 5:26am there have been no public details shared on the incident from Carroll County Sheriff’s Office or Maryland State Police.

What I know right now:

The incident began on the evening of June 3rd at the 1200 Block of Liberty Road in Sykesville. There are a number of vehicles from Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, Maryland State Police, Sykesville Fire and Howard County Fire Departments.

I spoke to a few residents near by that told me the incident had been going on for more than 8 hours (as of 4:30am) and that they had seen the subject exit and reenter the home multiple times during the evening and morning.

Here is what I have seen online as of this morning:

The following video was sent to The Observer on the evening of June 3rd:

The Observer was in the area of the incident between 3:30am and 4:30am: (View Photos Here)

As additional details are released this article will be updated.

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