GLEN BURNIE, Md. (AP) -- Anne Arundel County police say a
Baltimore man was shot to death outside a Glen Burnie bar after a
fight over the weekend.
Thirty-seven-year-old Nathaniel Wallace was gunned down in the
parking lot of Dietrich's Tavern shortly after midnight Saturday.
His death marked the second homicide in Anne Arundel this year.
There were 10 homicides in the county in 2008, and three of those
Witnesses told police that Wallace and another man were fighting
inside the bar earlier that night, and both men were thrown out by
They continued to argue outside, and several minutes
later, Wallace was shot in the upper body. He died at the scene,
and the gunman fled in a sport-utility vehicle.
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