Sheriff’s Office arrests Georgia fugitive accused of attempted murder
CAMBRIDGE — The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office, along with the Maryland State Police Fugitive Team and members of the United States Marshals Fugitive Team, arrested a Georgia man Monday, June 20, accused of two attempted murders in Georgia.
According to the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office, Ronald Eric Lofland, 47, of 1925 Tomahawk Trail, Cummings, Ga., was wanted by police in Forsyth County, Georgia, for his involvement in two attempted murders. He is accused of shooting two people, a man and a woman on May 30 in Cummings, Ga.
Police said Lofland was located in the Reliance Trailer Park after detectives received a tip from a concerned citizen. Police said he has been charged with two counts of attempted second-degree murder, being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm and Violation of Probation in the State of Mar yland.
Police said the suspect had a Laurel, Del., address in 1992. He has been ordered held without bond awaiting extradition to Georgia.
RONALD ERIC LOFLAND