Maryland State Police soldier injured after being trapped in Charles County – CBS Baltimore
WALDORF, MD (WJZ) – Maryland State Police said a soldier was injured Friday night after being hit while leaving the scene of a traffic stop in Charles County.
A preliminary investigation found it to be around 10pm. Friday night, a soldier from La Plata Barrack was conducting a traffic stop with emergency lights activated on the southbound Crain Highway at Holly Lane in Waldorf.
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While the soldier was attempting to leave the scene in his marked patrol vehicle, he was driven by a Jeep Cherokee driven by Demetrius Jequayle Bradford, 29, of Capital Heights, Maryland.
Bradford and Trooper were both taken by ambulance to Charles Regional Medical Center for treatment.
The soldier was treated for his injuries and later released.
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The investigation is still ongoing, but Maryland State Police say charges are being filed against the driver of the Jeep pending the outcome of the investigation.
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