Greenbelt Man Arrested After Shooting at Glen Oaks Apartments
Police arrested Roderick Snowden, 24, of Greenbelt, following a shooting and a SWAT team search at Glen Oaks Apartments Friday, according to police.
Police have arrested Roderick Snowden, 24, as a suspect in Friday's shooting of a man at the 7900 block of Mandan Road in Greenbelt, MD, according to Greenbelt Police.
The victim was shot around five times at Glen Oaks Apartments, according to Chris Jacques, with Atlas National Security.
The victim was transported to Prince George's Trauma Center on Friday. He remains hospitalized in stable condition, according to police.
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About 5:04 p.m. Friday, Greenbelt Police officers were called to the apartments. They were joined by a SWAT team, which Jaques said was made up of police from Greenbelt, Laurel City and Prince George's County.
Police thought the suspect had barricaded himself inside an apartment, according to Jacques. But just after 10 p.m., the SWAT team cleared the building without locating the gunman.
Police obtained the arrest warrant for Snowden on Saturday, charging him with attempted first degree murder, according to Greenbelt Police. Wednesday morning they located and apprehended him, then delivered him to the Department of Corrections for a hearing before a District Court Commissioner, police say.