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Two Teens Charged With Attempted Murder in Princess Anne

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Gregory Ikeem Boyd and Carlos Dorell Bridell Gregory Ikeem Boyd and Carlos Dorell Bridell
PRINCESS ANNE, Md.- Maryland State Police say they have arrested two teenagers in connection with the attempted murder, robberies and assaults of two men in Princess Anne late Tuesday night. 

Gregory Ikeem Boyd, 17, and Carlos Dorell Bridell, 18, both of Princess Anne, are each charged with attempted second-degree murder, armed robbery, first- and second-degree assault, and reckless endangerment. Boyd is being charged as an adult, police added.

According to investigators, the victims are 26- and 27-year-old men who live in separate homes on the 11000 block of Brockett Square in Princess Anne. Both victims were transported to the Peninsula Regional Medical Center for treatment of what appeared to be blunt force trauma injuries.

Troopers said that before 10:30 p.m. Tuesday, they responded to a 911 call reporting a shooting in the area of the 11000 block of Brockett Square. Upon arrival, troopers said they found the 27-year-old victim lying in the street with multiple injuries. Soon after, the other victim was located and it was determined he had also been assaulted and injured.

Police said the preliminary investigation determined the 26-year-old victim had been unloading his vehicle when he was approached by a man holding a handgun and demanding money. A second suspect appeared and the victim said he had no money, according to investigators. They said the victim was then hit by both suspects, who used the pistol and their fists.

Troopers said that about five minutes later, the 27-year-old suspect confronted two males he saw looking inside his vehicle. One suspect held a gun on him and demanded money, police said. They added that he too said he had none and was assaulted by the suspects who used the pistol and their fists. A witness told troopers that when the victim was on the ground, the suspect with the handgun fired it at the victim. The victim was not struck by the round.

The investigation by troopers developed evidence and information that led to the identity of the two suspects. Boyd was arrested overnight at a Princess Anne apartment complex. Briddell turned himself in at the MSP Princess Anne Barrack on Wednesday morning.

The investigation is continuing. Troopers believe others were with the two suspects, so additional arrests are possible.

Anyone with information about these attempted robberies and assaults is urged to contact the MSP Princess Anne Barrack at (443) 260-3700. Callers may remain confidential.

 


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