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Baltimore County Police have charged a couple in multiple thefts from autos, and one theft of a vehicle.

Charles Allen Fry (39) of no fixed address and Lauren Michelle Richardson (30) of the 300 block of Hidden Valley Road in Tracys Landing, 20779, have been charged with multiple counts of theft, credit card fraud, and various other related charges resulting from a string of thefts from autos at County parks that began with the theft of a truck.

The investigation began on September 28 when an officer was called to Honeygo Run Regional Park at 9033 Honeygo Boulevard in White Marsh after a woman found the window to her Jeep broken out and her purse stolen. An hour later the same officer responded to Perry Hall Park at 9650 Honeygo Boulevard for a theft from another auto. This victim had received an alert on her phone that her credit card was declined at Best Buy at 5200 Campbell Boulevard. She returned to her truck and found that someone had gained entry and stolen her purse.

The investigation determined that another of the victim's credit cards was successfully used at Best Buy and the BP Gas Station at 5250 Campbell Boulevard. While police conducted their investigation, so did the victim, taking to Facebook for answers. She soon received an anonymous tip, identifying the suspects as Fry and Richardson. The police investigation confirmed this information.

On October 11 a Baltimore City officer stopped a Ford F-150 that was reported stolen out of Baltimore County. It was occupied by Fry and Richardson. Fry stole the truck on September 24 from the NCR Trail parking lot on Paper Mill Road by using a key left in the vehicle. Items stolen from the White Marsh thefts were found inside the truck, along with drug paraphernalia and tools used for breaking into vehicles. Other property was also found in the truck that may be from additional thefts.

Detectives have identified similar incidents that have occurred at Honeygo Park, Perry Hall Park, and LA Fitness at 8221 Town Center Drive and continue to investigate to determine if Fry and Richardson are also responsible for those thefts.

The Baltimore County Police Department warns citizens not to leave valuables in their vehicles, locked or unlocked, and never to leave a key to the vehicle or another vehicle inside a car. Places like Gunpowder Park or NCR Trail parking lots where vehicles are left for long periods of time are target rich environments for thieves like Fry and Richardson. Pay special attention to anyone walking around a parking lot that doesn't appear to have a specific purpose for being there. It should be noted that parks like Honeygo and Perry Hall are used for childrens' sports and both were highly populated when these two thefts occurred. Please, remain vigilant and aware of your surroundings; reporting anyone who appears out of place or involved in any suspicious activity. For more information on how to keep your possessions safe from thieves check out the Baltimore County Police website Safety Tips.

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.

Revised June 27, 2017