Man shot in neck in home invasion

April 04, 2009

Baltimore County police surrounded a house in Rosedale on Friday morning after a man was shot in the neck during a nearby home invasion.

Roads were blocked, and five schools were alerted near the house in the 6600 block of Golden Ring Road. By early afternoon, roads were reopened and students at four middle and elementary schools were dismissed after a delay.

Police said two men broke into a home in the first block of Tameron Place about 9:20 a.m. and demanded cash. A resident was shot and later taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center without serious injuries.

The intruders fled, and a witness told police that he saw two men enter the house on Golden Ring Road. After police surrounded the house, the occupants came out. Investigators said it appears that they were not connected to the home invasion. Police are seeking the intruders' identities.

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