Police Identify Baltimore Man Killed in Middle River Shooting

Robert Holiday was shot and killed in a triple shooting Monday evening.

Late Tuesday evening, Baltimore County police released the name of the Baltimore man fatally shot Monday night in Middle River.

Robert Holiday, 27, of the 2300 block of Ashland Avenue, was shot in the 2100 block of Eastern Boulevard late Monday night and later pronounced dead at Franklin Square Medical Center, according to police.

Two of Holiday's acquaintances, a 27-year-old woman and 26-year-old man, were also shot and hospitalized. Police have not released information on their identies or conditions.

Police continue to seek information on the shooting. Anyone with knowledge of a possible suspect is asked to call police at 410-307-2020.

funnyguy February 24, 2013 at 03:23 AM
Your comment has completely wasted my literacy.
buck horowitz February 24, 2013 at 03:56 PM
I grew up in Hawthorne in the late 60s. Shot pool at the bowling alley. My aunt owned waterfront property at the end of Kingston park road and I had many friends as well with waterfront property and friends on Cockspur. Beautiful, well-groomed peaceful area at the time. Then came section 8 housing at the end of Kingston Park road, ruining property values even til this day. Although appraised at one time for $650k, A friend of mine at Kingston Park road can't give his waterfront house away; looks like a ghetto. Then came Move To Opportunity - MTO a euphemism for giving the "disadvantage" an equal footing on the economic scale. Today as we all can see, the social experiment by elected officials (who by the way do not leave there) did not work, will not ever work and always leave, crime, drugs and poverty in it's wake.
Tyrone Brunson February 26, 2013 at 02:26 AM
Furthermore to hear words like "pimp", "child molester" and "he got what he deserved." Each one of you should be charge with conspiracy to exploit heresy! In fact I see what this is, Malcolm says it best "if you're not a part of the solution, you are apart of the problem!" On the otherhand, my cousin didn't deserve to die at the hands of this perpetrator and he certainly does not deserved to have his name disgraced by some agenda seeking, sit at home pointing the finger at someone other than yourself, slanderous individuals. So I know you sleep well at night, but I'm hoping that your latest venture lands you in the same jails that you know you could not one day in. On that note, may God continue to bless you.
sherrie February 26, 2013 at 04:32 AM
This young father and friend got into trouble just a few times and I gotta say he got caught and payed the penalty. He was not a thug!! He was gentle and kind his troubles came from trying to fit in were he didn't belong. I must say that he was turning his life all the way around. He has children and people who loved him dearly!! You people should watch what you say!!! He was shot leaving his moms house with lunch for work the next day!!! I know this because he was my son....and if your child was in danger he would try to help.
Hk Thomas March 18, 2013 at 04:05 AM
Smh ....speechless .....3yrs ago i was in a relationship wit laquesha n this sumthn more disturbing than any......even tho justice was served i send prayers out to the daughter of laquesha n robert.......another child grows up mother n fatherless


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