Crofton * Odenton * Fort Meade * Gambrills


June 17, 1993

Woman charged in shooting released

The woman accused of shooting her Army sergeant husband four times Tuesday morning at Fort Meade was released from jail yesterday until her July 2 preliminary hearing.

Deborah Ann Callahan and her mother put up $190,000 worth of property to ensure her return for trial, officials at U.S. District Court in Baltimore said.

United States Magistrate Paul M. Rosenberg then released the woman, whose age and address were not available.

She was charged Tuesday with attempted murder in connection with the shooting of Timothy Callahan, whose condition was upgraded from critical to serious yesterday at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore.

Mr. Callahan was shot in the parking lot near Army barracks off 6th Armored Cavalry Road. Military Police officers arrested Mrs. Callahan several minutes after arriving at the shooting scene.

Court documents filed Tuesday say the woman had blood on her body and clothes. The records also say that FBI agents found nine .38 caliber bullets in the woman's car.

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