ELKRIDGE, Md. - A Baltimore man had a medical emergency during a traffic stop and died, police say.
Howard County Police pulled over Hakeem Muhammad, 51, around 9:15 Saturday morning on Route 1 at the Route 100 West exit for driving with suspended tags. While being placed under arrest for the tag violation and providing a false identity, he complained of feeling ill and collapsed.
The officer began CPR and Muhammad was taken to Howard County General Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Medical personnel believe Muhammad may have had a heart attack.
Police are working with medical personnel to confirm the exact cause of death.
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