The man fatally shot in the parking lot of a McDonald’s in Carroll County early Tuesday has been identified as a 24-year-old DC resident.
Geoffrey Kendrick Harris died in the crash after getting shot multiple times, according to the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office.
The shooting happened at about 1:00 a.m. at the fast-food restaurant in the 2100 block of East Main Street in Ruxton. The incident remains under investigation by the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office and the Carroll County Coroner’s Office.
Harris was the active member of the Outlaws Motorcycle Club in Southeast D.C., and he often rode his Harley in the District, according to news reports and social media posts.
A handgun and ammunition were found at the scene of the shooting, according to a Sheriff’s Office news release.
A shot can be heard in the cellphone video of the shooting, but it is unclear whether Harris or his assailants fired the gun.
One person is seen running after the incident starts, and the sheriff’s office says the injured victim was found alone outside the vehicle.
Harris had been in Pennsylvania for a funeral, according to a sheriff’s news release. Harris returned to Maryland a short time before the shooting. He had been going by the nickname “Keven,” according to Baltimore County police, who found some of his belongings at the scene of the crash.