Men in dresses steal SUV before trying to run through NSA security gates, cops say

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FORT MEADE, MD – Police are releasing more information about the two guys in drag who tried to crash the National Security Agency Headquarters this week.

And it has all the makings of a cheap and tawdry tale gone deadly.

Cops say it all began Monday morning in Baltimore, Maryland when a man hooked up with two guys in drag and headed to the Terrace Motel in Elkridge for an early morning “party.”

The man told cops that he went into the bathroom after about an hour of “partying”, and that’s when his new boy/girlfriends stole his Ford Escape.

About thirty minutes later, the two guys, still in dresses, tried to ram their way through one of the gates at Fort Meade, headquarters of the National Security Agency.

Police say they shot at the car as it tried to ram a police car. One of the men died. The other guy and an NSA officer ended up in the hospital. Apparently, the men were unarmed, but cops found cocaine in the SUV, and what appears to be a wig on the ground next to the vehicle.

Investigators don’t think this was a case of terrorism.

Sounds more like a case of double-crossing cross dressers who failed to escape in an Escape.

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