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Police have identified the motorcyclist who was killed in a crash on Windsor Mill Road Sunday evening.

Rodney Toussaint (44) of the 3700 block of Valley Hill Drive in Randallstown was killed when his motorcycle struck the driver side of a 2017 Nissan Altima as they were both entering the intersection at Windsor Mill Road and Lawnwood Circle from different directions around 5:30 p.m. last night. Mr. Toussaint was ejected from the motorcycle, striking the Nissan, and was pronounced deceased at the scene. The operator of the Nissan was uninjured and remained at the scene.

The Baltimore County Crash Investigation Team continues to investigate this incident to determine which vehicle was at fault in the crash. 

UPDATE (April 4, 2017 7:45 p.m.):

Police have charged the estranged husband of Chinika Hursey with her murder and that of her boyfriend, Steven Campbell; the murders are believed to have occurred early Monday morning in Randallstown.

Dominick Daniel Hursey (43) of the unit block of Chase Mill Circle in Owings Mills is charged with two counts of First Degree Murder.

Police have not determined a specific motive for the murders, but believe that they resulted from an ongoing dispute between Chinika and Dominick Hursey relating to their separation and custody of their children. A protective order against Dominick Hursey was issued in February by a Howard County judge after an incident between the two in which she was assaulted.

Hursey is held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center.

 

UPDATE (April 3, 2017  4:47 p.m.):

The two victims of this morning's Randallstown homicide are identified as Chinika Shari Hursey (36) and Steven Scott Campbell (36), both of the 4100 block of Bald Eagle Court.

Police advised Hursey and her boyfriend, Campbell, were killed during the overnight hours by an unknown suspect inside their home. Hursey's children were home during the night but were unharmed. Police do not believe that these homicides were random.

The cause and manner of death for both will be determined by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.

Original Release (April 3, 2017 1:31 p.m.):

Baltimore County police are investigating as a double homicide the deaths of two people inside a Randallstown home this morning.

An adult man and woman were found dead inside a home in the 4100 block of Bald Eagle Court after police and fire personnel were dispatched to a call of a cardiac arrest around 8:52 a.m. Both victims were found with an undetermined type of trauma to the upper portion of their bodies. Police believe the incident occurred during the overnight hours.

Homicide detectives continue to investigate this crime.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 410-307-2020.

Anyone with information on this case can also submit a tip to Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP. For more information on other ways to contact Metro Crime Stoppers, as well as information on rewards offered by or through them, check their website at www.metrocrimestoppers.org. Metro Crime Stoppers, an organization that is separate from the Baltimore County Police Department and Baltimore County Government, offers rewards for information in connection with felony offenses. Anonymous tips can be sent to Metro Crime Stoppers by phone, text message, or online.

Photo of fire at apartments on Glen Michael Lane in Randallstown.Baltimore County Fire crews were dispatched to 8511 Glen Michael Lane in Randallstown at 9:51 p.m. last night. Upon arrival, crews found heavy fire coming from a third floor apartment. They immediately requested a working fire assignment and second alarm. 

The fire quickly spread to the common attic area of the building and traveled across to a second, adjoining building. Although crews were able to stop the fire relatively quickly, there was significant damage to both buildings. As a result, 23 units (all in both buildings) were deemed uninhabitable at the time. It is estimated that 50-70 residents were displaced. Baltimore County Fire and Police crews worked with the leasing office and the American Red Cross to find alternative living arrangements for these residents. 

The incident was placed under control at 11:01 p.m. No injuries were reported. The cause of the fire is under investigation by the Baltimore County Police Department's Fire Investigation Unit.

 
 
Revised September 27, 2016