2 charged in shooting death of cab driver

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Local,Maryland,Crime

CROWNSVILLE, Md. (AP) — Anne Arundel County police have charged a man and a teenager in the fatal shooting of a cab driver in Crownsville.

Twenty-three-year-old Michael Juvan Wallace of Fort Meade and 17-year-old Trevor Allen Snead, who police say lives in Charles County, have been charged with first- and second-degree murder. Snead is charged as an adult.

They are charged with shooting 41-year-old Benjamin Kirby of Annapolis on March 12.

Officers say Kirby's body was found in a driveway near his taxi minivan. Police went to the scene after a passer-by reported that the vehicle was unoccupied and looked suspicious.

An autopsy showed that Kirby died from a single gunshot wound.

Police say Snead was arrested Wednesday and Wallace was arrested Thursday.

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