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3 Charged in Cambridge Drive-by Shooting

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Kamerigh Ateen Downes-Rich Kamerigh Ateen Downes-Rich
Tymor Tyree Horne Tymor Tyree Horne
Mary Deloniel Fitchett Mary Deloniel Fitchett

CAMBRIDGE, Md.- Cambridge police have arrested three people in connection with a drive-by shooting that left a 25-year-old man hospitalized.

Police said that shortly after 4 p.m. Tuesday, Deandre Lafayette Jones of Cambridge was seated in a parked vehicle on the 700 block of Cornish Drive when a male suspect armed with a handgun approached and shot him multiple times. According to police, Jones was struck several times in the upper and lower torso. He was flown to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore where he is currently listed in critical but stable condition.  

Investigators said that following the shooting, the gunman fled the scene in a dark blue Ford Expedition. Cambridge police said officers stopped the getaway vehicle in the area of Bayly Road and Race Street, during which time a male suspect got out of the vehicle and ran away.

Officers located three other suspects inside the vehicle who were identified as: 

· Driver: Kamerigh Ateen Downes-Rich, 20, of Mallow Drive in Preston, Md.
· Passenger: Tymor Tyree Horne, 23, of Bridge Street in Denton, Md.
· Passenger: Mary Deloniel Fitchett, 24, of Hillsboro Road in Denton.

All three suspects were taken into custody and each charged with attempted first-degree murder, first-degree assault, reckless endangerment, and related handgun violations.  They are all currently being held in the Dorchester County Detention Center without bond. 

Anyone with additional information about this incident should call the Cambridge Police Department at (410) 228-3333.

 


 

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