Man Given Two Life Sentences In Catonsville Murder

Wednesday, November 09, 2011 – Anne Kramer
A Baltimore County  man has been sentenced to two life in prison terms in the fatal shooting of a man inside a convenience store in Catonsville two years ago.

The Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office says 37-year-old Braderick Greene was also convicted last month in the shooting of the Yours Convenience store owner.

Judge Patrick Cavanaugh gave Greene 20 year prison sentences for handgun violations.

According to State’s Attorney Scott Shellenberger, Greene walked into the convenience store and fatally shot Brian Meise and then shot the owner, Sudhir Shah before taking off.

Greene was found days later when Baltimore City Police tried to pull over the car he was riding in.  Authorities say Greene took off and then fired numerous shots at police.

He was sentenced to eleven life prison terms for the attempted murder on officers that day.  Greene will serve his prison sentences in the county consecutive to the time he was given for the city convictions.

Shellenberger tells WBAL Radio that Judge Cavanaugh stated in court that Greene was an extremely dangerous individual who should not be free.

“Greene will never walk the streets of Maryland again. And I hope that is true,” says Shellenberger.


… Goodbye, Mr. Greene. …


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