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UPDATE (February 5 2:19 p.m.):

The tractor-trailer involved in this incident belonged to BGE. The 61-year-old male driver declined transportation to a medical facility by a Baltimore County Medic unit.

The passenger vehicle involved in this crash was a Hyundai Sonata. The 60-year-old male driver was taken to Franklin Square Hospital with minor injuries.

After the initial collision with the tractor-trailer, the Hyudai traveled east-bound and collided with a Nissan Maxima that had been traveling north-bound on Honeygo Boulevard. The driver of the Maxima and two passengers were not injured.

Traffic investigators have determined that the Hyundai Sonata was the at-fault vehicle in this crash.

Original release (February 5 8:47 a.m.):

At 7:40 a.m. this morning, Baltimore County Police and Fire personnel responded to Honeygo Boulevard and Cross Road 21128 for a report of a crash involving a tractor-trailer. When officers arrived on the scene, they found that a tractor-trailer had struck a home that backed up to Honeygo Boulevard.

The driver of the tractor-trailer was trapped in the truck but was quickly extricated by Fire Department personnel. 

The initial investigation into this incident has indicated that a tractor-trailer was traveling south-bound on Honeygo Blvd approaching Cross Road. A passenger car that had been west-bound on Cross Road was traveling through the intersection with Honeygo Blvd. The tractor-trailer struck the car when the car passed in front of it. After the initial impact, the tractor-trailer continued south-bound, went off of the road, and struck a house that backed up to Honeygo Boulevard.

UPDATE (February 3 2:11 p.m.):

Baltimore County Police have identified the man taken into custody after a incident this morning in Rosedale as 37-year-old Adrian Reed Akins of the 5000 Block of Leasdale Road 21237.

Just after 7 a.m. this morning, officers with the Warrant Apprehension Task Force went to Akins home in the 5000 Block of Leasdale Road 21237 to arrest him on a warrant for first-degree assault. Officers could tell that there was someone in the home but no one would answer the door. For their safety and the safety of the community, the officers called for the Tactical Unit to respond.

Just before 9 a.m., Akins came out of the home on his own and surrendered to police.

Akins was transported to the White Marsh precinct for processing. He has been served with the arrest warrant and is being held at the Baltimore County Detention Center on $10,000 bail.

There were no reports of injuries during this incident.

The arrest warrant for Akins stemmed from an altercation that occurred January 12 at the intersection of Eastern Boulevard and Kingston Road. The other person involved in the altercation obtained the warrant for Akins.

UPDATE (February 3 9 a.m.):

Suspect on Leasdale Road has been taken into custody without incident. No injuries were reported during this incident.

Original release (February 3 8:36 a.m.):

The Baltimore County Police Department is investigating a report of a wanted subject in the 5000 block Leasdale Rd 21237. Appropriate resources have been requested to ensure the safety of the community.

The incident was initiated at 7:09 a.m.

Further information will be released as it becomes available.

Baltimore County Police are investigating a report that on January 21; a 12-year-old girl who lives in the unit block of Paula Place 21237 woke up to find a strange man in her room.

The girl told to police that at approximately 1 a.m., she awoke to find a strange man in her bed. She said the man touched her on the outside of her clothing. She was able to get away from the man and ran from the room to tell her parents. A relative checked the room but there was no one there. A window in the room was found to be open.

The girl was not injured.

This incident is under investigation by the Precinct 9 Investigative Services Team.

Police remind residents to make sure that they keep all of their windows and doors secure; double checking them when they leave the home or go before going to bed at night. They should also report any suspicious persons, vehicles, or activity in their communities to police immediately.

Anyone with information on this incident is asked to call the White Marsh Precinct at 410-887-5000.

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