UPDATE (July 29, 2016 12:49 p.m.):
Baltimore County Police have identified the suspects involved in the incident in Dundalk yesterday that left two Baltimore County Police Officers injured.
Hugh Maurice Allen Wade Jr (26) of the 5700 block of Plainfield Avenue 21206 has been charged with first-degree assault, CDS violations, and other related charges. He is being held at the Baltimore County Detention Center on $500,000 bail. Wade was the driver of the gray Honda Accord.
Ambra Destiny English (26) of the 600 block of Aldworth Road 21222 has been charged with first-degree assault, CDS possession, and related charges. She is being held at the Baltimore County Detention Center on $500,000 bail. English was the driver of the dark colored vehicle (a Honda Prelude) that Wade got into after fleeing from the Honda Accord that he had been driving.
Investigators have obtained an arrest warrant for 28-year-old Dustin James Erb of the 2600 block of Monocacy Ford Road in Frederick in connection with this incident. The arrest warrant charges him with first-degree assault and related charges. Erb remains in custody in Baltimore City on an unrelated charge. He has not been served with the Baltimore county arrest warrant yet. Erb was the person that was driving the white vehicle (a Kia).
The injured officer taken to the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center for treatment has been released.
UPDATE (July 28, 2016 6:20 p.m.):
Original release (July 28, 2016 12:29 p.m.):
At least one Baltimore County Police officer has been injured in a vehicular incident in Dundalk.
The incident happened at Manchester Road and Aldworth Road around 11:30 a.m. this morning.
What is known at this time is that a suspect struck a Baltimore County Police vehicle (unknown at this time if it is marked or unmarked). The suspect vehicle struck an officer who was outside of his cruiser; the suspect vehicle fled the scene.
A suspect vehicle was later recovered, and police have two people in custody.
One officer was transported to the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center by ground for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.
This investigation is still in its early stages. Information will be released as it becomes available.