OXON HILL, Md. – Police say a group of elementary school students witnessed a woman get shot at a school bus stop during a domestic argument.
Prince George's County police spokeswoman Jennifer Donelan says investigators are looking for 42-year-old Roland Eugene Simms in connection with the shooting Tuesday morning in Oxon Hill.
Police say Simms shot the woman after he approached her at the bus stop and got into an argument that turned physical. Investigators declined to provide information about the hospitalized woman's condition for her protection in the domestic violence case.
Authorities say six children at the bus stop near Forest Heights Elementary School fled the scene. No children were injured.
It's unclear whether any of the children at the bus stop were related to the victim.