UPDATE – The Anne Arundel County Police has been answering questions on their Official Facebook this morning and around 11:00 a.m. they confirmed that the call was dispatched as a home invasion. They stated in a different reply that the incident involved a juvenile and was a family matter as there was no public threat.
Glen Burnie, MD (ANN) – We have been informed that our information concerning a call last night in the community of Chestnut Cove was not a home invasion. We pride ourselves on bringing you, the citizens of the Anne Arundel County the breaking news in addition to updates on various stories that we cover.
This morning the entire team of Anne Arundel News Network was woken up to calls from the Police Department that there was no home invasion last night in that community. Our reporters have pulled the tapes of last night’s call. The tapes clearly indicate that the police dispatch their units to a residential Breaking and Entering call or what they refer to as a “B&E.” Fire Department units were also dispatched to the call and “Fire Alarm” who is their Communication Center clearly stated “Home Invasion.”
We have included the recordings for your review
This audio is the initial dispatch for Police Units at 09:16:43 p.m.
This audio is the initial dispatch for Fire Department Units at 09:17:35 pm.
This is an update to the initial Fire Department Dispatch at 09:18:33 p.m.
This is an updated information on Talkgroup Bravo from Fire Alarm to the units responding to the call at 09:19:44 p.m. Here you will hear “Home Invasion”.