Man found fatally shot near bar in Parkville


Baltimore & Region

October 24, 2005|By JUSTIN FENTON

A 24-year-old Baltimore man was found fatally shot in a crowded parking lot as a Baltimore County bar was letting out at closing time early yesterday, police reported.

Jason Jerod Booker of the 1600 block of E. 31st St. died at Sinai Hospital after being shot multiple times in the upper torso about 2 a.m. outside Tee-Bee's Place, a Parkville bar on Darlington Drive just north of the city line, said Sgt. Vicki Warehime, a Baltimore County police spokeswoman.

A bar telephone recording said Saturday was its "big party night," with a disc jockey until closing and an enforced dress code. Police said that when officers arrived, up to 100 people were in the parking lot. The slaying remains under investigation.

In June 2004, an off-duty police officer for the state Department of General Services was killed in a shooting outside the same bar.

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