Quinton Walker Wiki – Quinton Walker Biography

A man drove across the country to hang out with his daughter, only to shoot and kill his ex-wife’s boyfriend, according to Baltimore County, Maryland police. Quinton Walker is charged with first degree murder. Authorities are holding him without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center.

The Baltimore County Police Department responded Saturday around 7 p.m. to the Sky Zone trampoline park on West Aylesbury Road in regards to a man, Marcus Whitehead, 32, who was suffering from gunshot wounds. He died in a hospital. Walker told officers that he traveled from Colorado to Maryland to visit his daughter, officers said in charging documents obtained by WBFF.

He and his ex-wife planned to meet in the Sky Zone so they could spend time with the boy. But he claimed that Whitehead “was looking at him.” Walker allegedly asked if he wanted to speak outside. Whitehead told him to stay away from him and threatened to slap him, he allegedly said.


Quinton Walker Age

The age of Quinton Walker is not clear.

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Charges on Quinton Walker

“Defendant Walker stated at some point that victim Whitehead stood up and began to walk toward him, whereupon he drew his firearm and fired all of the rounds he had loaded into the gun,” police said. The residents were shocked. “It’s still very upsetting for that kind of thing to happen here, especially [near] a group of children,” Jeanne Puglisi told CBS News. “Other people can get hurt very easily during that.”

Walker fled. He later told police that he went to return his U-Haul rental, officers said. Police said Walker contacted authorities about his location. Anne Arundel County police pulled him over at his U-Haul. Investigators claimed to have found a firearm in the vehicle. Walker’s attorney of record did not immediately respond to Law & Crime’s request for comment.


Homicide detectives are asking anyone with information regarding this incident to contact 410-307-2020. Information may also be provided through the Baltimore County Police Department’s iWATCH program. Callers can remain anonymous and be eligible for a reward by submitting tips through Metro Crime Stoppers.Read More……..

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