Teens Arrested After Crime Incidents in Parkville &Towson

Baltimore County detectives have taken eight juveniles and one 18-year-old into custody following a series of crimes that occurred last week in the Baltimore County Police Department’s Towson and Parkville Precincts.

Detectives have identified three separate groups of teens responsible for committing these crimes which include carjacking, robbery and burglary.

Detectives have taken four juveniles into custody for committing two armed carjackings on May 10, 2024. Additional investigations are pending.

CRIMES:
May 10 – 7700 Block Harford Road – Armed Carjacking
May 10 – 1000 Block York Road – Armed Carjacking

SUSPECTS:
17-year-old female – Waived to adult court
13-year-old male – Placed by DJS
14-year-old female – Placed by DJS
15-year-old female – Placed by DJS

As those carjackings were being investigated, an adult and two juveniles were arrested for repeatedly burglarizing a local business located at 1040 York Road.

CRIMES:
May 7 – 1040 York Road – Burglary
May 11 – 1040 York Road – Burglary

SUSPECTS:
18-year-old male – Key

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    16-year-old male – Not placed by DJS
    17-year-old male – Not placed by DJS (2 burglaries)

    In addition, officers took two 14-year-old suspects into custody following a reported robbery that occurred on an MTA bus in the area of York Road and Chesapeake Avenue in Towson at approximately 8:30 p.m. on May 10.

    CRIME:
    May 10 – York Road & Chesapeake Avenue – Robbery

    SUSPECTS:
    14-year-old male – Not Placed by DJS
    14-year-old male – Not Placed by DJS

    As the investigation is on-going to identify other possible suspects who may be involved in the above crimes, the Baltimore County Police Department would like to recognize and commend the incredible work of the officers and detectives involved in conducting these investigations.

  • Benjamin Joseph

    Benjamin Joesph has covered news in Eastern Baltimore County since 2006. He started as a reporter with the original East County Times in 2006. He started East Baltco News and later Eastcountytimes.com in 2022.