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.

Overlea homicide victim identified as Essex woman

Homicide Crime SceneAn Essex woman has been identified as the victim in Thursday night’s shooting in Overlea.

Tracey Elizabeth Carrington, 25, of the 1100-block of Glemsford Road (21221).


Carrington was shot while getting into her vehicle on Overlea Avenue after leaving the S&S Lounge, located at 6900 Belair Road.

Police have further clarified that this was not a drive-by shooting.

The suspect, who is still believe to be on the loose, exited his vehicle, shot Carrongton several times, then fled the scene.

Authorities believe this was a targeted crime.

Shooting reported in Overlea

shooting-news-graphicUPDATE 2: Police have identified the victim. Authorities are also emphasizing that this incident was not a drive-by shooting, but rather a targeted incident.

UPDATE: Police say a female victim has died. This incident is now being investigated as a homicide.

Original story below…


Authorities are on the scene of a Thursday night shooting in Overlea.


The shooting was reported at about 8:45 p.m. in the 6900-block of Belair Road.

Shots were reportedly fired from a man who had exited his vehicle, hitting a woman multiple times.

The vehicle then fled the scene.

There has been no word on the conditions of the victims.

Unlicensed Parkville man driving stolen vehicle charged in fatal Cockeysville crash

TArrested Handcuffshe driver struck by an unlicensed suspect fleeing troopers in a stolen truck has died and the suspect has been charged with more than two dozen criminal and traffic offenses in Baltimore County.

The victim has been identified as Leon M. Jones, 58, of Hunt Valley. He died late Tuesday afternoon despite efforts to save his life.

The suspect has been  identified as Zackery M. Haeger, 26, of Parkville.

At just before 2 p.m. on Tuesday, police began searching for a stolen Ford F550 dump truck that was spotted heading north on I-83.

State troopers found the unoccupied stolen truck in the parking lot of the WalMart located at York Road and Frankel Way in Cockeysville. Police saw a male subject leave the store and get into the truck. Troopers attempted to stop the driver, but he refused to stop and accelerated toward two troopers who were on foot. The troopers jumped out of the way to avoid being struck.

The suspect drove south on York Road as troopers followed. The suspect, later identified as Haeger, allegedly drove down the center median lane on York Road, exceeding the speed limit and failing to stop at a red light. Haeger hit a vehicle at Padonia Road and York Road.

Haeger turned left onto Padonia Road then left onto Cranbrook Road, where he allegedly crossed the double yellow center line into the southbound lanes of Cranbrook Road in the area of Rossbrooke Road. A Nissan Versa, driven by Jones, was traveling in the southbound lanes of Cranbrook Road. Jones swerved into the northbound lanes to avoid being struck, but Haeger re-entered the northbound lanes and struck the Nissan head-on.

Haeger then fled on foot and police arrested him after a brief foot pursuit.

Police say Haeger did not have a driver’s license.  He is facing numerous charges, including manslaughter, homicide, assault, numerous traffic violations, DUI, and DWI.

He was taken for an initial appearance before a court commissioner and is being held without bond in the Baltimore County Detention Center.



Essex home invasion shooting leaves 1 dead

home-invasion1UPDATE: The deceased individual has been identified as one of the suspects – details here.

Original story below…


A Tuesday morning shooting inside an Essex home has left one man dead and another injured.

Police were called to the 800-block of Arncliffe Road (21221) at about 4:45 a.m. for a report of a shooting.

Officers located one man suffering from a gunshot wound just outside the home. He was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries but is expected to survive.

A second made shooting victim was located inside the home. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Homicide detectives are investigating this incident as a targeted home invasion & robbery and believe that there is no further danger to the community.