2 teens arrested in wounding of 3

September 11, 2002|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

Two teen-agers have been arrested in a shooting last week in which three people were wounded outside a Southwest Baltimore liquor store, including a man who intervened as an attempt was made to rob a woman of her purse, police said yesterday.

Charged with attempted first-degree murder, robbery and handgun violations were Travis Miller, 18, of the 200 block of S. Augusta Ave. and Jerry Arshard Jackson, 17, of the 1500 block of Northwick Ave., who turned himself in Saturday and was booked as an adult.

The gunfire erupted outside Southwest Discount Liquors after 21-year-old Timothy Frampton intervened in an attempt by two robbers to steal a woman's purse. The shots, fired from a getaway car driven by an accomplice, wounded Frampton, his sister and a store employee.

Police are seeking a third suspect.

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