Police pursuit under way in Parkville, Essex

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

UPDATE: The silver Scion has been stopped and two suspects are being taken into custody at this time.

The white female driver and black male passenger have been taken into custody.

Officers will be collecting evidence that was thrown from the vehicle in Essex, Parkville, and White Marsh.  Motorists should slow down and move over for police vehicles along the side of the roadway.

Original story below…



Police in Baltimore County are involved in a pursuit involving a homicide committed in another jurisdiction.

At just before 1 p.m., police tweeted and confirmed that officers were in pursuit of a vehicle on I-695.

The chase began in Parkville and the vehicle has since been spotted moving through the Essex area.

The suspects have been spotted throwing weapons from their vehicle and are considered armed and extremely dangerous.

The vehicle is a silver Scion and the suspects are wanted in connection with a homicide in Virginia.

At 1 p.m., police confirmed that the vehicle was in the area Eastern Avenue at Old Eastern Avenue.

No additional details are available at this time.  Developing.

Nottingham man wins $30,000 with Md. Lottery scratch-off

MD LotteryEvery day, a 56 year-old contractor drives his wife to work. Some days, he purchases scratch-offs during his lunch break.

Last Thursday, the Nottingham resident combined the two — he purchased a scratch-off while driving his wife to work, which led to a $30,000 Ruby Riches win.

“It was going to be an unusual day anyway,” the father of three told Lottery officials. “The project I’m working on wasn’t going to allow for a lunch break, which is when I typically get my tickets. So I stopped for one that morning, right after I dropped off my wife.”

The lucky contractor has been playing Ruby Riches in recent weeks and has found several significant winners.

“I’ve been doing well with it so I get one whenever I see them,” he said.


When he revealed the big win Thursday morning, he didn’t believe it.

“I studied it for a moment — seeing but not really accepting the $30,000 win as true — and then turned the car around to get back to my wife.”

When he entered her office he was literally jumping, she reports.

The Baltimore County couple plan to share some of their winnings with family and save the rest. The Lottery’s Ruby Riches game was introduced last August and has three $30,000 top-prizes remaining. Eleven $1,000 winners also remain.

The small change to our winner’s daily schedule, the one that put him on a path to his $30,000 Ruby Riches win, took him straight through the 7-Eleven convenience store at 1921 Old Eastern Avenue in Baltimore. The lucky Lottery retailer will receive a $300 bonus for selling the winning ticket.

M&T Bank in Rosedale robbed, shoplifters hit Rite Aid in Essex

robberyPolice are investigating three robberies that were reported this week.

At just before 2 p.m. on Monday, June 11, two individuals were shoplifting from the Rite Aid located in the 100 block of Back River Neck Road in Essex (21221). As they were exiting the store, they were approached by an employee. One of the suspects pushed the employee aside and the suspects fled the scene.


At 2:20 p.m. on Monday, an individual entered the M&T Bank located in the 8300 block of Pulaski Highway in Rosedale (21237), presented a note to the teller demanding money, and implied a weapon. The suspect fled after receiving an undisclosed amount of cash.

At just before 11 p.m. on Wednesday, June 13, two individuals approached a man in the area of Orville Road and Eastern Avenue in Essex (21221) and asked for money. When the man refused, one suspect produced a knife while another suspect stole money from the victim. The suspects then fled on foot.

Police searching for teen missing from Essex area

Derrick Coleman EssexPolice in Baltimore County are asking for the public’s help in located a teen who has gone missing from the Essex area.

Derrick Coleman, 15, was last seen in the 2100 block of Eastern Avenue.

Derrick is described as a black male, 5’8″, 180 pounds, last seen wearing a gold necklace, black t-shirt, and black sweatpants.

Anyone with information on Derrick Coleman’s whereabouts is asked to contact police immediately at 410-887-0220.

Spring 2018 rabies clinic coming to Nottingham area in May

Baltimore County Animal ServicesThe Baltimore County Department of Health’s Department of Animal Services will be holding low-cost animal rabies vaccination clinics in the Nottingham area.

Vaccinations will cost $8 per animal and will include a microchip with lifetime registration and an initial Baltimore County license.

Eligible pets include dogs, cats, and ferrets that are at least 12 weeks old and properly secured on a leash or in an escape-proof carrier.

Locations and dates:

Perry Hall/White Marsh
Saturday, May 5
10 a.m. to noon
Gough Park
9300 Honeygo Boulevard
Perry Hall, MD 21128

Wednesday, May 9
6 to 8 p.m.
Rosedale Park
1246 Kendrick Road
Rosedale, MD 21237

Middle River
Wednesday, May 16
6 to 8 p.m.
Eastern Regional Park
1723 Eastern Avenue
Middle River, MD 21220

Saturday, May 26
10 a.m. to noon
Fields at Renaissance Park
99 Stemmers Run Road
Essex, MD 21221