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Baltimore County Police are investigating after several all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) and dirt bikes were stolen in the Dundalk and Middle River areas.

Sometime between April 14 and May 1, storage facilities in the 3000 block of Eastern Boulevard, 21220 and the 2600 block of North Point Boulevard, 21222 were burglarized during overnight hours. Several suspects damaged and removed locks off of the storage units and stole ten ATVs and dirt bikes.

Detectives remind the public about basic crime prevention tips to reduce your chances of being a victim. 

Detectives are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding these thefts. If anyone has information that may lead to identifying the suspects responsible, please call 410-307-2020.

booking photos of Nigel and DontrellBaltimore County Police arrest two men for attempted armed robbery in Middle River Monday night.

The investigation determined just after 10:27 p.m., the victim, an adult woman, stood behind the Middle River Assembly of God in the 9600 block of Bird River Road, 21220.

Two suspects, one armed with an apparent handgun, walked up to the victim and demanded her money. The victim screamed for help and the suspects ran away. Police quickly found and arrested the two suspects in the 1200 block of Middle River Road, 21220.

Nigel Carlton Torrence (21) of the 1700 block of Waverly Way, 21239 and Dontrell Kelvin Randall (19) of the unit block of King Charles Circle, 21237 were arrested and charged with armed robbery, first-degree-assault and second-degree-assault. Both suspects are held at the Baltimore County Detention Center on a no bail status pending a bail review hearing.  

Police are investigating a fatal crash on Pulaski Highway and Rossville Boulevard, 21237 yesterday morning.

The preliminary investigation revealed that at 5:49 a.m., a man crossed Pulaski Highway at a crosswalk that was closed for construction. He was struck by a Chevrolet Camaro traveling west on Pulaski Highway towards Rossville Boulevard. The pedestrian is identified as Arthur Joseph, Jr. (45) whose last known address is in the 4800 block of Reisterstown Road, 21215. Joseph was transported to MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased.

The Baltimore County Crash Team is working to determine all of the factors involved in the fatal crash. The driver of the Chevrolet did remain at the scene of the crash.

 
 
Revised June 27, 2017