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Teenager wanted in connection to carjacking turns himself in

A teenager who Anne Arundel County police said walked into Fort Meade Senior High School on Friday with a gun, carjacked another teenager at gunpoint and forced him to drive two miles, turned himself in Sunday night.

Demonta Jerome Walker, 17, is not a student at the military school, police said, and he went there around noon to see his girlfriend but was "quickly removed."

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Shortly later, he jumped in front of a car on F Street on campus and pointed a gun at the 17-year-old driver and his miniature schnauzer, police said. Walker got into the car and ordered the driver to take him two miles to Orchard Food Mart on Reece Road, where he got out and walked away, police said.

The driver, also not a student at Fort Meade, was not injured. When the driver went home and told his mother about what had happened, she called police at about 2:20 p.m., police said. As they investigated, they learned Walker's mother had called to report him as missing.

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Police obtained an arrest warrant for Walker, which would charge him as an adult with carjacking, assault, kidnapping, animal cruelty and several gun and other charges.

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