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Colorado Man Accused of Shooting Ex-Wife’s Boyfriend During Visit With Daughter at Maryland Trampoline Park

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Aug. 20 2023, Published 10:01 a.m. ET

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A Colorado man was arrested after he allegedly shot and killed his ex-wife’s new boyfriend while the suspect was visiting his daughter at a trampoline park in Maryland, according to authorities.

Around 7 p.m. on Aug. 12, police were called to Sky Zone in Timonium regarding a shooting, the Baltimore County Police said.

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Once at the scene, officers found 32-year-old Marcus Whitehead with several gunshot wounds.

He was transported to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead, officials said.

According to WJZ-TV, 30-year-old Quinton Walker was in town from Colorado to see his daughter, so he and his ex planned a visit at Sky Zone.

Walker told police that he greeted his daughter and then Whitehead was staring at him, so he asked if Whitehead wanted to talk outside, WJZ-TV reported.

Whitehead reportedly told Walker not to come near him and threatened to slap him, authorities said.

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Walker told police that Walker stood up at some point and started walking toward him, so he took out his firearm and fired all the rounds he had loaded in the gun, according to court documents.

After Baltimore County Police arrived at the scene, they were informed a man had called 911 and wanted to turn himself in for the Sky Zone shooting, WJZ-TV reported.

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Officers found Walker in a U-Haul about an hour after the shooting took place. He allegedly told police that he wanted to return the U-Haul before he turned himself in, according to WJZ-TV.

Walker was arrested and charged with first-degree murder. He was booked into the Baltimore County Detention Center and is being held without bond, officials said.

His next court date is scheduled for Sept. 8.


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