Annapolis shooting: 3 dead, 3 injured after 'dispute' at home in Maryland's capital, police say

Three people are dead and three others are injured after a mass shooting Sunday night at a home in Maryland's capital city, police said.

According to the Annapolis Police Department, the shooting took place at a home in a residential area along the waterfront just south of Back Creek.

Police have released little information about the victims, including their relationship to the shooter, calling the situation fluid. Officers responded to the home at 8 p.m., when police Chief Edward Jackson said officers found six people shot.

Police stand among a crowd outside a home where multiple people were shot in Annapolis, Md., on Sunday, June 11, 2023.

Three people died, one wounded victim was taken by medical helicopter to a local trauma unit and the other two victims were taken to local hospitals, police reported.

Police said there was no immediate danger to the public and a person was in custody in connection to the shooting. That person's identity had not yet been released as of early Monday.

During a media briefing Sunday night, Jackson said the shooting stemmed from what he described as an “interpersonal dispute." He said the victims ranged in age from in their 20s to their 50s.

Jackson also said authorities recovered a weapon connected to the shooting.

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Annapolis Police Chief Ed Jackson speaks at a news conference about a shooting that left several dead and injured, late Sunday, June 11, 2023, in Annapolis, Md.

Survivors listed in stable condition

The three people injured were stable as of midnight, police spokesperson Shephard Bennett told USA TODAY Monday morning.

Photos taken outside the shooting seen show police and people standing outside a two-story brick home, surrounded by yellow crime scene tape.

Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to contact Annapolis police

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Contributing: Associated Press.

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