A security guard is accused of shooting a man at Royal Farms in South Baltimore | Techno Glob

BALTIMORE – A security guard was arrested in connection with the shooting of a man at Royal Farms in South Baltimore on Sunday.

Kanisha Spence, 45, has been charged with attempted second-degree murder.

Officers returned fire around 3:27 a.m. at a convenience store in the 1800 block of Washington Boulevard. According to police, the 26-year-old victim was found at the door of the shop with a gunshot wound to his head.

The man was taken to hospital where he is in critical condition, police said.

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Spence is a security guard with the Maximum Protective Security Agency and was working at Royal Farms at the time of the shooting, according to charging documents obtained by WJZ.

Documents show the man went to Royal Farms with a woman and that at some point in the store, Spence asked them to leave.

Documents show the man was belligerent and frustrated before briefly leaving. Moments later, he yelled again and came toward Spence as Spence pulled out her .9mm semiautomatic handgun and pointed it at him.

The man left before returning to confront Spence, according to the documents. The man had to restrain himself and approach Spence, who then shot him in the head, according to charging documents.

Spence told police she shot him because he had “blown at her.”

The documents state that Spence did not panic during the fight, but only when he attacked her.

Investigators revealed that the man did not lunge at Spence, but simply closed the gap between them.

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