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Md. police shoot, kill escaped inmate

When officers approached the inmate, he fired multiple shots, but missed

The Capital

CENTREVILLE, Md. — A police officer shot and killed a 25-year-old inmate after he escaped from a Queen Anne's County correctional facility and fired a gun at police on Wednesday, authorities said.

Maryland State Police spokesman Greg Shipley identified the inmate as Michael J. Schluderberg, of Baltimore. Police said around 6 p.m. Schluderberg walked off from the Eastern Correctional Institution Pre-Release Unit in Church Hill, where he was serving a three-year sentence for second degree assault.

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