HANOVER, Md. - Two men were arrested and charged with attempted murder after allegedly firing bullets into a Hanover home, according to a release from the Anne Arundel County Police Department.
Police were dispatched to the 1400 block of Gesna Drive Monday morning for multiple 911 calls about shots fired.
Anthony McLean Kingsley and Alonzo Govan Gambrills were identified as the two men who allegedly fired at the Gesna Drive home and at cars on the street, according to a witness. The victim, whose home was targeted, told police that his family was inside at the time of the drive-by shooting. He was standing in the driveway when the two men opened fire, the release states.
Police broadcast a description of the vehicle, which was later found in the near the 7400 block of Windstream Circle by an Anne Arundel County Sheriff's Office deputy.
The two men were arrested in the wooded area near Arundel Mills Boulevard and Dorsey Road Extension. There were no injuries and both weapons were recovered by police, the release states.
McLean, 20, and Govan, 24, were charged with attempted first- and second-degree murder, assault and use of a handgun in commission of a felony, along with other related charges.