There’s been a shooting this morning outside of the NSA headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland. One person is said to be shot and the suspect is in custody:
There is breaking news of a shooting outside the NSA headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland. There appears to be an SUV with bullet holes in the windshield parked near the entrance to the NSA. Details are still developing. pic.twitter.com/ArLelbWfZ8— CBS News (@CBSNews) February 14, 2018
#BREAKING: @ABC7John— ABC 7 News - WJLA (@ABC7News) February 14, 2018
says there are reports of 3 people shot at the NSA headquarters. #SkyTrak7 has footage of what appear to be bullet holes in an SUV at the scenehttps://t.co/OhnUSXazRt pic.twitter.com/EnDlR3DIpo
WJLA – A shooting at the National Security Agency has reportedly left three people injured in Fort Meade Wednesday morning.
ABC7’s John Gonzalez reports that a suspect is in custody and that no specific injury information has been released at this time. The White House said in a statement that President Trump has been briefed on the shooting.
Anne Arundel County Police reported the incident but said they are not the ones investigating. Officials say an incident happened at the NSA entrance on Maryland Route 32 at around 7:15 a.m. Fort Meade says a police investigation is underway. A black SUV at the scene appears to have multiple bullet holes in its windshield.
The Anne Arundel County Fire Department said it was helping the Fort Meade Fire Department with an incident at the NSA at 9800 Savage Road.
We’ll bring you more on this as we get it…
NEW: NSA releases a statement on incident that took place outside their headquarters this morning, prompting FBI officials to respond to reports of a possible shooting: "The situation is under control and there is no ongoing security or safety threat." pic.twitter.com/iWbfTR85WK— ABC News (@ABC) February 14, 2018
MORE: Pres. Trump has been briefed on the incident that happened near the NSA headquarters this morning: "Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone that has been affected," according to Deputy Press Sec. Walters. https://t.co/8Up3mtPplc pic.twitter.com/KskK2eJfi9— ABC News (@ABC) February 14, 2018
It’s being reported that it’s some soft of police or security guard involved shooting:
Update on NSA incident - NSA says 1 person hurt, 1 person in custody, no more threat - vehicle appears to have been leaving base - President says “thoughts and prayers with those affected” - RT 32 Re-opened in both directions pic.twitter.com/ZDfhQmatCi— Steve Chenevey FOX5 (@stevechenevey) February 14, 2018