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Suspect Arrested in Grasonville Homicide

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GRASONVILLE, Md.- The Queen Anne's County Sheriff's Office has a teenager for a homicide that occurred Thursday night on the 300 block of Sawmill Lane in Grasonville. 

Police said 18-year-old Bruce Dareen Johnson of Queen Anne is in custody for the murder of 18-year-old Bryan James Flamer of Grasonville.   

The Sheriff's Office said that after an argument, Johnson pulled out his gun and fired several shots, with at least two hitting Flamer in the back. Police said Flamer fell in the yard of a nearby home and Johnson ran into a heavily wooded area. Johnson was arrested with the help of Maryland State Police ground and aviation units.

He was taken to nearby Queen Anne's Emergency Center where he was pronounced dead.  Flamer turned 18 on Thursday.
 
The Sheriff's Office said that prior to Thursday's incident,  Johnson was wanted for two violation of probations on a CDS (marijuana) conviction.

 

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