Wednesday, January 25, 2012
WBAL’s John Patti talks to Baltimore County Police Spokesperson Elise Armacost about the case.
The man killed in a crash Tuesday afternoon along Dulaney Valley Road in Baltimore County has been linked to 7 burglaries in northern Baltimore County since Friday.
Baltimore County Police say that includes two burglaries that were committed minutes before the crash that claimed the life of 20 year old Aaron McCoy Jr.
Police say on Monday McCoy burglarized a home in the 15,000 block of Tanyard Road in Sparks, stealing a security monitor. That monitor was recovered at the crash scene in the stolen Honda Accord.
Police say just before the fatal crash Tuesday, officers responded to a burglary in the 3200 block of Vance Road and another in the14,000 block of Jarrettsville Pike. The suspects ransacked the Jarrettsville Pike home and stole a 46-inch television. a lap top, an X-Box and other items. Those items were also recovered at the crash scene.
Officers were led to the stolen Honda Accord after the Vance Road homeowner reported a burglary in progress and gave police the license number of the Honda that was in the home owner’s driveway when he arrived home.
The Honda Accord was located on Dulaney Valley Road and was being monitored by police from the air when the driver swerved around an SUV and crashed.
21 year old Jenard David Toliver of Baker Street in Baltimore, a passenger in the car, bailed out before the crash but was apprehended by police shortly afterward. He was arrested and faces two counts of first-degree burglary and one count of grand theft auto.