An emergency room employee at Washington County Hospital remained in a Baltimore trauma center Tuesday night, nearly a week after he was shot twice in an Anne Arundel County park.
A University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center spokeswoman said David Ward Brown was listed in critical condition there Tuesday evening.
Brown, 52, of Severn, Md., was taken for treatment after being shot in the arm and the chest at Provinces Park, about two miles from his home, on April 7, Anne Arundel County Police Department Lt. Joseph Jordan said. Jordan said Brown, formerly of Hagerstown, received non-life-threatening injuries.
Jordan said there was no suspect in the shooting for reasons including a vague description of the shooter from Brown.
"He wasn't able to provide a whole lot. That's one of the problems we're having," Jordan said.
On April 7 at about 3 p.m., officers from the department responded to the park, on Disney Road, after receiving reports that a man was shot while walking there, according to a department news release. Police said Brown drove himself home after being shot and then called 911.