Annapolis Shooting Suspects Arrested After Man Hospitalized In Eastport: Police


The Annapolis Police Department announced Thursday that Kierra Green of Annapolis and Darian Humphrey of Baltimore were arrested in an Eastport shooting. An Annapolis police car is shown here on a different day. (Jacob Baumgart/Patch)

ANNAPOLIS, MD - Two Annapolis shooting suspects were arrested recently, city police announced Thursday. The arrests are tied to an Eastport shooting that hospitalized a man earlier this month, a press release said.

Officers identified the suspects as 33-year-old Kierra Green of Annapolis and 25-year-old Darian Humphrey of Baltimore.

Authorities said Green was arrested last Friday and charged with attempted murder and three other related charges. Green is being held at the Jennifer Road Detention Center without bond.

Police said Humphrey was arrested Thursday and charged with attempted murder and eight other related charges. Humphrey is still awaiting his first hearing with the District Court Commissioner.

Officers said medics flew the victim to shock trauma after he was shot multiple times on Sept. 11. He was listed in critical but stable condition.

Authorities said the victim called the police at 5:52 p.m. and reported that somebody attacked him in the 900 block of President Street. 

The Annapolis Police Department said it found the victim responsive and with his arm wounded by gunfire.

Officers did not mention a motive. Authorities are still investigating.

Anybody with information can call officers at 410-268-4141. Tipsters can stay anonymous by dialing 410-280-CLUE (410-280-2583).

The Metro Crime Stoppers of Maryland offered up to a $2,000 cash reward for information that leads to an arrest or an indictment on felony charges. The Metro Crime Stoppers is a non-police organization that collects tips and shares them with detectives.

Informants can anonymously contact the Metro Crime Stoppers by calling 1-866-7LOCKUP (1-866-756-2587), visiting or using the P3 Tips mobile application.

Related: Eastport Shooting Sends Man To Shock Trauma: Police

This map shows the area where officers said the shooting happened. 

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