Police: Overlea man falsified carjacking report

police-lightsPolice are investigating after a local man falsified a carjacking report.

Earlier this week, the White Marsh Precinct posted a report indicating that two men had forced a man out of his vehicle on October 12 in the area of Marion Avenue and Henry Avenue in Overlea-Fullerton (21236).


The report when on to say that the two suspects then fled the scene in the man’s vehicle.

As the investigation into this incident continued, detectives determined that the man had fabricated the carjacking story.

The man, who has not been identified, admitted to policed that he had left his vehicle running in an alley behind a bar. When he exited the bar, his vehicle had been stolen.

Police say there is no need for the community to be concerned at this time.

There is no word as to whether or not the victim has been charged in connection with falsifying the carjacking story.

Pulaski Highway police chase ends with crash in Baltimore City

Police Chase. PursuitjpgA man who fled from police in a stolen vehicle on Friday afternoon is now under arrest.

Early Friday afternoon, patrol officers called for backup stating that they were following a vehicle with verified stolen license plate tags. Air support took over when the officers attempted to make a traffic stop but the driver began to flee erratically down Pulaski Highway into Baltimore City.


The vehicle continued to drive recklessly into Baltimore City, where the driver struck two parked cars and fled on foot.

Police then caught and apprehended the suspect.  Detectives subsequently determined that the vehicle had been reported stolen out of Baltimore City and the tags were also reported stolen from a different vehicle in Baltimore City.

The uncooperative suspect was taken back to Baltimore County for charging.

His identity has not yet been released.

Officer-involved shooting reported in Rosedale

Police Chase. PursuitjpgUPDATE 2: The suspects in this case have been identified by police.

UPDATE: Authorities now say that this police chase began at the Walgreens in Carney.

Original story below…



A police chase ended with a crash and an officer-involved shooting in Rosedale on Tuesday morning.

The pursuit reportedly began in Parkville and ended at about 6 a.m. when a stolen SUV crashed into a police car in the 7400 block of Pulaski Highway (21237).

As the officer approached the SUV, the driver attempted to run him over.  The officer fired his weapon, striking the occupant several times.

The suspect has been taken to a nearby hospital.

The officer was uninjured in the incident.

Suspect who led police on high-speed Essex chase identified

Christopher Anthony DenicolisThe man who stole a car from a woman at the Canton Car Wash in Nottingham on Friday afternoon, leading police on a pursuit that ended when he crashed into a car at the Sonic restaurant, and then into a BGE transformer, light pole, and traffic signal box at Rossville Boulevard and Kelso Drive has been identified.

Christopher Anthony Denicolis, 38, of the 12400 block of Wolbert Way in Kingsville, has been charged with auto theft and grand theft.

Friday’s pursuit and crash led to traffic tie-ups and power outages in the Essex area.

Denicolis is currently being held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center.

Police pursuit ends in Essex crash

Police Chase. PursuitjpgUPDATE: The suspect in this case has been identified.

Original story below…


Police in Baltimore County are on the scene of a Friday afternoon crash involving a stolen vehicle that struck a BGE transformer, a light pole, and a traffic signal box, leaving the area near Rossville Boulevard at Kelso Drive without power.

A woman who had just finished washing her white Dodge Journey at Canton Car Wash, 10051 Franklin Square Drive in Nottingham, 21236, called police at just after 1 p.m. after she stepped out of her vehicle and watched as a male suspect got in and drove off.

Officers saturated the area and soon spotted a vehicle matching the description, following it along with air support from Baltimore County, until it could be confirmed that it was the stolen Dodge.

The vehicle drove around the Nottingham area onto I-695 and onto Eastern Boulevard heading toward Baltimore City, then back onto I-695 into Essex at Route 702.

Once the vehicle was confirmed to be the stolen Dodge, officers attempted to make a traffic stop, but the vehicle fled, ultimately driving back onto I-695 and exiting onto Pulaski Highway.

The vehicle fled into the parking lot of the Sonic Drive-In at 8733 Pulaski Highway, where it struck another vehicle, causing minor damage, and then fled back onto Rossville Boulevard. The driver attempted to turn left onto Kelso Drive when it left the roadway and drove up a slight embankment and overturned, striking a BGE transformer, a light pole, and the traffic signal box on the corner of Kelso Drive and Rossville Boulevard.

As downed wires were arcing, officers assisted the suspect out of the vehicle and placed him under arrest at just before 1:30 p.m.

The suspect, only identified as an adult male at this time, was taken to an area hospital with minor injuries, pending criminal and traffic related charges.