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UPDATE (March 4):

Baltimore County Police have identified the officers that were involved in the police involved shooting on Frankford Avenue March 2.

Corporal Rupp, an 11-year veteran of the Baltimore County Police Department assigned to the Criminal Investigation Division - Persons Crimes Section. He has not been involved in any previous shooting incidents.

Officer Nacke, a 27-year veteran of the Baltimore County Police Department assigned to the Criminal Investigation Division - Persons Crimes Section. He has been involved in two previous shooting incidents.

Officer Powell, a 29-year veteran of the Baltimore County Police Department assigned to the Criminal Investigation Division - Persons Crimes Section. He has not been involved in any previous shooting incidents.

UPDATE (March 3):

The suspect that was shot by Baltimore County Police yesterday on Frankford Avenue 21206 has been identified as a person that police had an arrest warrant for. Baltimore County Police had obtained the arrest warrant in connection with a triple stabbing in the parking lot of Prime Nightclub in the 11400 block of Pulaski Highway 21162 on February 28.

On February 28 at 2 a.m., Baltimore County Police responded to the parking lot of Prime Nightclub for a report of a stabbing. When police arrived on the scene, they located an adult male victim suffering from a stab wound. He was taken to an area hospital for treatment.

A second adult male victim later walked into area hospital with a cut wound. A third adult male victim walked into an area hospital on Sunday for treatment of a stab wound. Both victims told detectives that their injuries occurred during the incident at Prime Night Club.

All of the victims are expected to survive.

The initial investigation into the incident led detectives to positively identify the suspect. He has not been served with the arrest warrant yet.

The stabbing remains under investigation by the Baltimore County Police Department Violent Crimes Unit.

The police involved shooting incident remains under investigation by the Baltimore City Police Department.

Original release for stabbing: http://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/News/PoliceNews/iWatch/PoliceInvestigatingEarlyMorningDoubleStabbing

Original release (March 2):

Late this morning, three Baltimore County Police Officers were involved in a shooting in Baltimore City.

Preliminary information has indicated that the officers were in Baltimore City conducting an investigation. When the Baltimore County officers were in the 5600 block of Frankford Avenue, a suspect with a gun engaged them. Several officers fired their weapons at the suspect.

The suspect was taken to an area hospital for treatment. His current condition is unknown.

The officers involved in this incident are on administrative status while the incident is investigated.

The Baltimore City Police Department is handling the investigation into this incident. Baltimore County Police commanders as well as members of the Internal Affairs Section responded to the scene to gather information.

Further questions about the investigation should be directed to the Baltimore City Police Department.

Baltimore County Police are investigating a fatal crash which occurred early this morning. Just after 1:30 a.m., police were dispatched to a crash on Pulaski Highway and the entrance to the Best Buy store, near Rossville Boulevard.

Crash investigators determined that a 2011 Jeep Patriot was traveling eastbound on Pulaski Highway when the vehicle struck the rear of a 2007 Isuzu street sweeper. The street sweeper was stopped at the red light in front of the store entrance, on Pulaski Highway. After the first collision, the Jeep continued over the curb and struck a traffic signal support pole near the intersection.

The driver of the Jeep was pronounced deceased at the scene of the crash. He has been identified as Joseph Riley Armstead, III, 24 years old, of the 5800-block of Glenkirk Court, 21239. The driver of the street sweeper was not injured according to the initial police report. The street sweeper driver was identified as Sammie Ford, Jr., 53, of the 5000-block of Chagrove Avenue, 21215.

The police department's investigation will continue but no further details at this time.

Baltimore County Police are investigating a double stabbing from earlier this morning. Just before 3:30 am, County Police responded to the parking lot of the Prime Nightclub located in the 11400 block  of Pulaski Highway for a stabbing. One male victim was found in the lot, suffering from a stab wound to the upper body. The man was transported to a local hospital where he is expected to survive his injuries.

A second victim later walked into a local hospital with an apparent stab wound to his arm. The man is being treated and also expected to survive his injuries. Police believe the second victim's injuries resulted from the same incident on the Prime Nightclub parking lot.

Baltimore County Police are investigating this incident at this time and have no further details. If anyone has any information concerning the stabbings, please call the Baltimore County Police at (410) 307-2020.

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