Two Men arrested in Northern District

Millersville, Maryland (Arundel News Network) – Two men have been arrested in two different incidents related to automobiles. Michael Early was arrested for an armed carjacking that occurred on Sunday February 3 around 9:00 a.m. in the 200 block of Camp Meade Road in Linthicum. He is from the 3100 block of Belair Road in Baltimore. He was charged with armed carjacking, carjacking, armed robbery, robbery, motor vehicle/unlawful taking, unauthorized removal of motor vehicle and theft $1,500 to under $2,500.

The following is from the Anne Arundel County Police PIO related to this case.

On February 3, 2019 at approximately 8:57 a.m., officers responded to the Shell Gas Station located 263 Camp Meade Road in Linthicum for a report of an armed carjacking. The victim was flagged down by a male in Baltimore City who stated he needed a ride to work. The victim drove the male suspect to the Shell gas station in Linthicum when the suspect displayed a handgun and told the victim to exit the vehicle. The suspect fled in the victim’s vehicle. Officers located the vehicle and took the suspect into custody. A BB gun was recovered from the vehicle. No injuries were reported as a result of this incident.

Michael Early

Also on February 3 officers responded to the area of Wellham Avenue and Olen Drive for a complaint of tampering with an auto. The suspect was identified and arrested as Joshua Sunderland of the 1500 Block of Spruce Street in Baltimore, MD. He was formally charged with Rogue and Vagabond and making false statement to peace officer.

The following is the official report from Anne Arundel County Police.

On February 3, 2019 at approximately 8:30 p.m. officers responded to the area of Wellham Avenue and Olen Drive for a citizens compliant of tampering with auto. While en-route, the citizen advised the 911 call taker that the subject was walking through the neighborhood pulling on door handles in an attempt to enter unlocked cars. Upon arrival, officers located the subject and took him into custody. 

Joshua Sunderland
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