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Man faces attempted murder charges after Anne Arundel police say he opened fire on car

A Baltimore County man has been charged with attempted murder after Anne Arundel County police say he opened fire on a car in Glen Burnie earlier this month.

The charges stem from a shooting on Oct. 19. Police said a woman told them she believed she was being followed by the man and, when she parked on Warwickshire Lane, he approached and fired a handgun at her.

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Investigators identified the alleged gunman as Roger Huddleston Jr., a 43-year-old from Lansdowne with a checkered criminal history.

Police arrested Huddleston Friday after obtaining a warrant for his arrest a few days earlier. He has been charged with two counts each of attempted first- and second-degree murder, felony and misdemeanor assault, as well as seven firearms offenses, including possessing a gun despite having been convicted of a felony, online court records show.

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Huddleston is being held without bond at at the Jennifer Road Detention Center in Annapolis. His attorney could not immediately be reached Wednesday afternoon.

Officers with the department’s Northern District Station in Brooklyn Park responded to the 100 block of Warwickshire Lane in Glen Burnie for reports of shots fired at around 10:30 p.m. Oct. 19.

There, they found the woman, who was not injured. Police said the suspect had fled.

After identifying Huddleston as their suspect, police said they found him in a house in the 4200 block of Twin Circle Way in Lansdowne.

Police said they found in the residence a lot of drugs, including two sizable bags filled with Xanax, and various baggies with what investigators suspect to be crack cocaine. Also located was a box of .40 caliber ammunition.

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