Police Chase Concludes In Residential Owings Mills Neighborhood

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OWINGS MILLS - Baltimore County Police took suspects into custody after a police pursuit started in Baltimore City and ended in Owings Mills.

According to police, around 3:20 p.m. on Friday, Baltimore City police officers found a match for a license plate from a stolen vehicle. At the time of identification, the car was at Edmondson Avenue at Franklin Street in the city.

Police said the suspects drove away, evading and eventually losing the officers in pursuit. Police released a description of the vehicle as it got onto Interstate 70 and headed toward the beltway in Baltimore County, where officers again tried to stop the vehicle.

A Baltimore County police helicopter spotted the vehicle and followed it to a location in Woodlawn, where at least one occupant got out of the car, police said.

Baltimore County officers apprehended that person, and he was turned over to city police for charging.

The car continued onto the beltway to Interstate 795 before exiting onto Owings Mills Boulevard. At some point during the chase, another vehicle struck the speeding car, dislodging its rear bumper.

The car eventually turned into a residential neighborhood on Birch Lane. The occupants then got out of the vehicle while it was still moving and tried to run away.

Baltimore County police arrived on the scene and arrested four suspects.

This incident remains under investigation, and police have not released any additional information.

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