March 04, 2021
Updated News Release
Two suspects connected to a carjacking face serious charges after they crashed into a trash truck along I-695 last week.
Daryl Maurice Brown (19) of the 9700 block of Luguna Road, 21220 and Robert Louis Davis (18) of the 5900 block of Clayton Avenue, 21206 were both in the vehicle, a Honda Crosstour, when they attempted to exit I-695 onto Pulaski Highway and collided with the trash truck. The crash caused the inner loop of I-695 to be closed for several hours.
Both Brown and Davis were transported to area hospitals, treated and released. The two are accused of stealing the Honda after assaulting a woman.
The victim was treated and released from an area hospital for injuries she sustained.
Brown faces charges of carjacking, robbery, theft and assault; Davis faces charges of assault, theft, and robbery.
Both men are being held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center following bail review hearings yesterday.
Original Release (February 25, 2021)
The inner loop of I-695 remains closed after a carjacking suspect collides with a trash truck.
Two suspects and the driver of the trash truck have been transported to area hospitals for injuries after the vehicle the suspects were driving struck the trash truck on I-695 near Pulaski Highway. The vehicle was taken during a carjacking in the 2000 block of Kelbourne Road, 21237 around 6:42 p.m. The conditions of the injured are unknown at this time.
All inner loop traffic is being diverted off of I-695 onto Pulaski Highway while all lanes remain closed at this time. The road closure is expected to last for few more hours.