Md. motorist accused of attack on officer
By Doug Donovan
BALTIMORE, Md. — Baltimore police arrested a man yesterday on charges of attacking and attempting to run over a Southwest District patrolman, who then fired his weapon at the fleeing motorist, police said.
The 4:30 p.m. incident at Frederick Avenue and South Rock Glen Road began when Officer Warren Benn's marked patrol car collided with another vehicle. Benn exited his vehicle and walked toward the other car when the driver jumped out and charged at him, police said.
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