Maryland football player Wes Brown’s car has been linked to a shooting in Baltimore, a city police detective says in a document that provides new details about the running back’s arrest last week.
The probable cause statement, filed in District Court here, says that Baltimore police detective Bradley Hood “stated that [Brown’s vehicle] was the vehicle that was involved in the shooting.”
Brown, one of the team’s top running backs as a freshman, was charged last week with second-degree assault on a Baltimore police detective who hoped to question him as a “person of interest” in the non-fatal shooting investigation from last month. Police said Brown shoved a detective when...
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