Murder suspect nabbed near N.E.
Wanted in Baltimore shooting
— A suspect in the fatal shooting of a man outside a Baltimore shopping center last week is in custody after investigators captured him near North East, according to the Maryland State Police.
Members of the MSP Apprehension Team arrested the suspect, Emmett Pulliam, 22, of Baltimore, without incident about noon Friday at a residence in the unit block of Morgan Court, which is off Irishtown Road, reported Lt. James DeCourcey, commander of MSP’s Northern Region Criminal Enforcement Unit.
On Monday night, DeCourcey did not have access to information regarding what tie or ties Pulliam had to the Morgan Court residence.
The MSP Apprehension Team, which is part of the Capitol Area Regional Fugitive Task Force, was assisting the Baltimore City Police Department when it nabbed the murder suspect, DeCourcey said.
Detectives assigned to MSP’s North East barrack also played a role in track-
ing down Pulliam to that Morgan Court address, he added.
“Detectives learned that he was possibly in the North East area,” DeCourcey said.
Pulliam had been on the run since about 6:30 p.m. May 3, when he allegedly shot 21-year-old Quincey Waymon several times amid an argument that started inside a store, before spilling outside the shopping center, where the fatal shooting occurred, police said.
Waymon was taken to an area hospital, where he died from his gunshot wounds, police added.
Pulliam is charged with first-degree murder, seconddegree murder and five other offenses, according to Baltimore City District Court records.
As of Monday night, Pulliam, who is scheduled for a June 1 preliminary hearing, remained in a Baltimore City jail without bond, court records show.
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