Baltimore Police Release Video From Questionable Death Investigation
Body Worn Camera Video Release: ED Questionable Death Investigation – 8/4/2022
Baltimore Police Department Press Release
On August 4, 2022, at approximately 11:17 a.m., Eastern District officers were dispatched to the 2400 block of the Sherwood Avenue for multiple calls for service for attempted suicide and overdose.
Officers responded to the location and observed an unidentified adult male suffering from obvious signs of medical distress, being restrained by a bystander. Once on scene, a second bystander administered Narcan to the distressed male.
Medics arrived on the scene and an Officer handcuffed the male and placed him in leg restraints in an attempt to restrain him.
As the medics were tending to the male, he become unresponsive, at which time they attempted life-saving measures. The male was placed inside the ambulance, uncuffed and transported to Johns Hopkins Hospital where he was pronounced deceased.
BPD’s Special Investigations Response Team (SIRT) and the Maryland Attorney General’s Office responded and are conducting a joint investigation.
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