Towson University campus ‘clear’ after suspect who allegedly attacked cop was arrested

Officials Towson University’s has been "cleared" after a suspect who allegedly attacked a Baltimore County police officer following an alleged road-rage incident.

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Students and staff were asked to shelter in place shortly after the attack on Towsonton Boulevard around 5:50 p.m. The order was lifted around 7 p.m.

According to police, they were initially investigating a road rage that occurred on Stevenson Lane. After that incident, the driver was reportedly involved in a hit-and-run on Osler Driver between Cross Campus and Emerson Drive.

When an officer responded to the crash, the suspect allegedly attacked them.

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Officials were concerned that the suspect may have been armed.

Police finally caught up with the suspect after an alleged carjacking in the city of Baltimore.

The suspect has not been identified since his capture, nor have police indicated what charges he might face.

They say the officer was not seriously injured.

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According to officials, Baltimore County police are investigating the incident.