Criminal procedure — Motion to suppress — Reasonable articulable suspicion
After being identified by a witness as armed and a possible suspect in a homicide case, Michael Young (“Appellant”) was in a convenience store in Baltimore City when Baltimore City Police Department (“BCPD”) officers stopped him and asked him if he had a firearm. He responded that he did and indicated that it was in his front pocket. BCPD officers recovered a handgun inside a pocket of Appellant’s fanny pack. Appellant was charged by indictment with three counts of possession of a regulated firearm after having been convicted of a disqualifying crime, one count of wearing a handgun on his person, one count of wearing a loaded handgun on his person, one count of possession of a handgun within one hundred yards of a place of public assembly, and one count of possession of ammunition after being prohibited from possessing a regulated firearm.