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Security Advisory: Aggravated Assault

Security Advisory: Aggravated Assault
security-advisory--aggravated-assault
08/02/2019
Johns Hopkins Security has been made aware of an aggravated assault that occurred on Wednesday, July 31, 2019, at 9:15PM near the East Baltimore campus.

On the afternoon of Friday, August 2, 2019, Johns Hopkins Security was made aware of an aggravated assault that occurred on Wednesday evening, July 31, 2019 at 9:15PM near the East Baltimore campus. On the above date, an affiliate was walking away from the East Baltimore campus westbound on Orleans Street. As the affiliate passed Dunbar High School at 1400 Orleans street, he noticed that a group of male juveniles began to follow him. The affiliate continued walking, and when he reached the area near Aisquith and Fayette Streets, the juveniles began throwing rocks, bricks and bottles at the affiliate. A brick hit the affiliate in his face. A security officer at the nearby Ronald McDonald House called 911. After Baltimore police officers and firefighters arrived, the affiliate was treated and transported to the hospital. after further treatment, the affiliate was released from the hospital.

 The Baltimore Police Department is actively investigating this incident. If you witnessed the incident or have information regarding the incident, please contact the Baltimore Police Department's Eastern District at (410) 396-2433 or the Corporate Security Communications office at (410) 955-5585. 

 
 
 
 
 

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