Baltimore Police Beat / Foxtrot Assist in Attempted Carjacking Arrest by Thugs; Victim Fought and Fled as Bozo Bandits Dropped Magazine from Gun
BALTIMORE CITY, MD. — A very lucky woman flagged down police officers and set in motion the capture of two thugs who attempted to carjack her as she drove on Highland Avenue.
Baltimore Police report that on June 16, 2017, Detectives arrested 21-year-old Tremaine Thomas of the 3000 block of Grayson Avenue, 17-year-old Kwamine Thomas also of the 3000 block of Grayson Avenue and 16-year-old Sean Douglas of the 2400 block of E. Fayette Street.
Grayson, Thomas, and Thomas were arrested for an attempted carjacking and assault that occurred on June 16, 2017, in the area of Highland and Hudson Street.
Police say that their preliminary investigation revealed that a 30-year-old female victim approached detectives who were on foot, in the area of O’Donnell and Potomac Streets.
The victim stated that while she was in her vehicle at the corner of Highland Avenue and Hudson Street when an unknown male walked up to the passenger side of her vehicle and knocked on the window.
Simultaneously, a second male approached the driver side and opened her door, pointing a gun at the victim’s head.
The victim attempted to flee the location. It was at that point, one of the suspects struck the victim in the back of the head with the gun, causing the magazine to fall out of the gun and into the victim’s lap.
The victim then fled the location in her vehicle.
While the victim was leaving the location, she was able to look in her rear-view mirror and observe the suspects getting into a silver vehicle.
A description of the suspects, as well as the vehicle, was given to Foxtrot, who immediately located a vehicle matching that description.
Officers initiated a traffic stop of that vehicle and were able to arrest all suspects.
Tremaine Thomas, Kwamine Thomas, and Sean Douglas were all transported to Central Booking Intake Facility where they have been charged with attempted robbery, attempted carjacking, assault and handgun violations. Both Juveniles were charged as adults.
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