Man Surrenders to Police After Upper Marlboro Barricade Situation
Police officials are investigating the 10-hour long barricade situation.
Update: Nov. 8, 1:56 p.m. Police officials spent most of Saturday negotiating after a man barricaded himself in a home in 11900 block Berrybrook Terrace in Upper Marlboro around 2 a.m., according to Prince George’s Police Spokeswoman Corporal Maria McKinney.
“Once on the scene, officers encountered an individual who was armed
with a shotgun. The officers then backed out of residence [and] at the
same time they evacuated others out of the house," McKinney said.
The suspect, who hasn’t been identified, surrendered himself at around
12:30 p.m., she added.
Prince George’s police officials are investigating the incident.
Original Post, noon: Prince George’s police are trying to talk a barricaded suspect out of an Upper Marlboro home, according to police.
A tweet from Prince George’s police officials around 12:15 p.m. read,
“#Upper Marlboro Barricade Update: #PGPD continues talks with suspect
in attempts to resolve #barricade.”
At this time, it is unclear how long officials have been on the scene
and why police are interested in this suspect.
Patch will continue to provide details as they become available.