Three teens allegedly connected to separate carjacking incidents in Parkville over the course of three days have been arrested, according to Baltimore County Police.
On Monday, Baltimore resident Elijah Crichlow, 18, was arrested and charged with armed robbery and armed carjacking for allegedly robbing a man in the 8400 block of Greenway Road, according to a Wednesday news release.
Police responded at 8:36 p.m. for a reported armed robbery by three armed suspects, according to the release.
The unidentified victim told police he was sitting in his car when three men, whom the victim said were in their “late teens,” wearing all black and obscuring their faces with bandanas approached. One suspect tapped the man’s window with a shotgun, according to charging documents.
One of the teens asked the man if he had any money before entering his vehicle, according to the statement of charges. The suspects took cash and a cell phone and allowed the man to exit the vehicle, according to police.
The suspects left on foot toward Aberdeen Road when they could not operate the vehicle, according to the victim’s testimony.
Police located three men in the area matching the description of the suspects, according to charging documents. A shotgun and bag of cash were dropped as they fled from police and Crichlow was subsequently arrested.
Crichlow is being held at the Baltimore County Detention Center awaiting a bail hearing, according to a release. Detective are looking for the other two suspects, who fled police.
Police on Friday, April 3, also arrested two boys, a 14-year-old and 15-year-old, for an armed carjacking at the Royal Farms in the 2700 block of Taylor Avenue. The vehicle was recovered in Baltimore and the teens have been charged with armed robbery and armed carjacking, according to a release.
They have been released to their parents, the release said.