09/30/2012 01:53 AM.
On 09-30-12 at approx 1:53 am the Frederick Police Department received calls for shots fired in the 100 Blk of West All Saints Street. Upon arriving in the area, Officers discovered a male victim in Mullenix Alley, adjacent to West All Saints Street with multiple gunshot wounds. The victim was transported to Frederick Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Detectives, Officers, and Crime Scene Techs remain on the scene at this time and the investigation is continuing. The male victim will not be identified until proper notification of family members. Further details will be released by Lt. Clark Pennington, Commander of the Criminal Investigations Division as they become available. Case#: 2012-61475 Release completed by: Captain Kevin V. Grubb Update 6-13: The family and friends of Lamont Ellis are offering a $3,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the person, or persons, responsible for his murder. This amount has been increased from the amount previously raised in April of this year. On September 30, 2012, Lamont was murdered in Frederick following a night out with friends. At approximately 1:50 am, while walking to his car parked near Mullinex Alley, Lamont was shot in an apparent robbery attempt. Anyone with information on this investigation is asked to call the Frederick Police Department’s Crime Tip Line at 301-600-TIPS. An account has been set up in Lamont’s name to accept donations towards the reward being offered. Money is accepted at any M&T Bank in the account name for the “Lamont G. Ellis Reward Fund.” Donations may also be sent to: The Lamont G. Ellis Reward Fund P.O. Box 662 Washington Grove, MD 20880 View Source.

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