Glenn Tyndell is the person who shot and killed Cpl. Mujahid Ramzziddin. He graduated from Largo High School in Prince George’s County, Maryland. Tyndell was 37-years-old and had 3 open warrants for arrest. He was shot and killed by Prince George’s County police officers after he murdered Ramzziddin.
Cpl. Ramzziddin saved a woman’s life before he Tyndell murdered him. The woman asked him for help after she was involved in a domestic dispute with Tyndell.
Tyndell had a history of domestic violence. After shooting Cpl. Ramzziddin, he drove away, leading police on a high-speed chase throughout Prince George’s and Charles County.
Glenn James Tyndell was born on October 2, 1980. Maryland Case Search reveals that on September 28, 2010 he was charged with second degree assault and trespassing. Most of his cases involve a woman named Ashley Copeland. In 2010 she filed a protective order against Tyndell.
On August 1, 2018, Tyndell was charged with second degree assault in another incident that involved Copeland. She was unable to escape Tyndell. He should have been in jail for his actions and shouldn’t have been able to purchase a firearm.
Cpl. Mujahid Ramzziddin
Cpl. Mujahid Ramzziddin gave up his own life to save a woman involved in a domestic dispute. He has four children and he was his mother’s only son. Cpl Ramzziddin was a 14-year-veteran of the Prince George’s County Police Department and was 51-years-old.
Cpl. Ramzziddin was married and in 2006 he received the Medal of Valor for going above and beyond in the line of duty. He immediately came to his neighbor’s rescue after she asked him to help her. Moments later, Ramzziddin was in a confrontation with Tyndell, who was armed with a shotgun.
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