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Keyword: pulaski highway

Original release (October 25, 2016  9:37 a.m.):

The Baltimore County Police Crash Team is investigating after a man was struck and killed by a vehicle on Pulaski Highway in Rosedale late last night.

The preliminary crash investigation has indicated that just after 11 p.m., 55-year-old Gregory John Lewis of the 700 block of South Woodington Road 21229 was on west-bound Pulaski Highway near the entrance to the Golden Ring Center when he was struck by a west-bound vehicle. He was transported to Franklin Square Hospital where he died.

The vehicle, a 2006 Chevrolet Silverado, remained at the scene.

The Crash Team investigation is expected to take several weeks.

   

Joint News Release
June 14, 2016

Cooperation among area law enforcement agencies has led to a suspect being charged in numerous convenience store robberies.

It all started just before 1 a.m. on May 24, when a male suspect walked into a Royal Farms Store in the 7200 block of York Road 21212. He displayed a handgun and demanded that the clerk open the register. The man fled the store with an undisclosed amount of money and cigarettes.

During the next 15 days, the suspect robbed at least six convenience stores spread across several different counties.

The Baltimore County Police Department, Baltimore City Police Department, Harford County Sheriff’s Office, Howard County Police Department, and the FBI Baltimore Violent Crimes Task Force routinely share information and work together on cases. Working together, detectives from these agencies were able to identify the suspect as 28‐year‐old Mark Eugene Peters (no fixed address). Peters was taken into custody on June 9.

Peters has been charged with multiple counts of armed robbery in connection with the Baltimore County incidents. He is being held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center. He has not yet been served with the arrest warrants from other jurisdictions.

The joint investigation has indicated that Peters is responsible for the robberies listed below:

Baltimore County
    May 24 12:45 a.m.     Royal Farms Store  - 7200 block of York Road 21212
    May 24 2:45 a.m.       Royal Farms Store  - 7900 block of Pulaski Highway 21237
    May 25 2:26 a.m.       Royal Farms Store  - 1000 block of Eastern Boulevard 21221
    June 4 3:37 a.m.        Royal Farms Store  - 4300 block of Hollins Ferry Road 21227

Harford County
    May 30 12:27 a.m.     Royal Farms Store  - 2000 block of Mountain Road 21085

Howard County
    May 29 3:19 p.m.       Royal Farms Store  - 8600 block of Washington Boulevard 20794

Detectives are continuing to work to see if the suspect is involved in the below listed robberies in Baltimore City.
    May 25 1:49 a.m.       Royal Farms Store - 6100 block of Holabird Avenue 21224
    May 26 12:10 a.m.     Royal Farms Store - 3700 block of Fleet Street 21224
    May 26 12:42 a.m.     7-Eleven - 600 block of West 33rd Street 21211
    June 2 1:21 a.m.        Royal Farms Store - 200 block of West Coldspring Avenue 21210
    June 2 2:08 a.m.        Royal Farms Store - 1000 block of West 41st Street 21211
    June 6 12:55 a.m.      Royal Farms Store - 3600 block of Keswick Avenue 21211
    June 8 2:16 a.m.        Royal Farms Store - 1000 block of West 41st Street 21211
    June 8 4:24 a.m.        7-Eleven - 6200 block of Belair Road 21206

All of the incidents remain under investigation.

Booking Photograph of Mark Eugene Peters

Original release (May 26, 2016  1:44 a.m.):

Baltimore County Police are investigating after a late night crash leaves a pedestrian deceased. 

The preliminary investigation into the crash indicates that just before midnight a woman was with friends when she attempted to cross Pulaski Highway at Stevens Road in White Marsh. As she crossed north on Pulaski Highway she was struck by a motorist traveling east-bound. There is no crosswalk at this intersection.   

The driver of the vehicle, a teal Honda Civic, immediately stopped and remained at the scene. The victim, identified as Tami Lee Somerville (26) of the 11000 block of Red Lion Road in White Marsh, was pronounced deceased at the scene. 

The identity of the driver is being withheld pending the results of the investigation. 

This crash continues to be investigated by the Baltimore County Crash Investigation Team. 

 
 

Revised September 27, 2016