Bel Air police are waiting for the man who allegedly robbed a 7-Eleven and carjacked a cab driver last month to be extradited from Pennsylvania.
Police Chief Leo Matrangola said Thursday the state's attorney's office is awaiting the extradition of Raymond Kallenberger, 24, of Edgewood, who allegedly took cash from the register of 7-Eleven in the 200 block of Baltimore Pike, then made off with a taxi and was chased by police into York County.
Matrangola said Bel Air police were not involved in the March 5 chase beyond this area, but said police were only notified after Kallenberger was cutting people off and driving erratically.
The suspect was ultimately arrested after driving the car into a river, Matrangola said.
Kallenberger was found naked, on top of the car as it sank into the Susquehanna, when he was arrested and had to be taken to York Hospital to be treated for hypothermia, according to a witness cited by the York Daily Record.
He allegedly started the day by stealing money from the 7-Eleven at about 9 a.m., then fleeing and carjacking a Victory Cab from the MVA parking lot at West MacPhail Road and Route 24, several blocks away from the 7-Eleven.
The cab driver reported his Dodge Caravan stolen shortly after that, at about 9:12 a.m.
Police said at the time that Kallenberger left the area in the cab, driving north on Route 24, and was arrested after a pursuit in York County that went through multiple jurisdictions.
Springettsbury Township police, where he was arrested, have not returned several phone calls.
According to the BAPD calls for service, the suspect was described as wearing jeans, a black T-shirt and having black, spiky hair.
The Bel Air Police news release said at the time they had obtained an arrest warrant for Kallenberger charging him with two counts of theft less than $100, unlawful taking of a motor vehicle and carjacking.
He faces several charges in Pennsylvania, according to the original news release.
According to Bel Air Police, no injuries were reported in Harford County, including to the taxicab driver, who was not identified.