Baltimore Man Sought in Kaiser Permanente Shooting
Baltimore County police are searching for Renard Antonio Hunt, Jr. of Baltimore.
Baltimore County police are seeking a Baltimore man in connection with the Jan. 15 shooting at Kaiser Permanente in Woodlawn, according to police.
Renard Antonio Hunt Jr., 23, was allegedly at the scene of a reported shooting that occurred at the entrance of Kaiser Permanente's offices, a police spokeswoman said. Hunt's last known address is in the 1600 block of Lorman Court.
According to police reports from the initial investigation, no one was injured in the shooting but property at Kaiser Permanente, 7141 Security Boulevard, was damaged by the shooting, including windows, doors and some paneling.
Allegedly, the shooter fired five shots in the lobby of the building, said Elise Armacost, police spokeswoman.
According to a police investigation, a female relative of Hunt had gotten into a dispute with her ex-boyfriend at that location.
She allegedly called some people, and told them she had been punched and kicked, Armacost said. In response, two vehicles arrived, and Hunt was allegedly in one of those vehicles.