BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore police say a man has been charged with running over an employee who caught the man apparently breaking into a truck outside a warehouse.

Police say Ellerson Carter, 55, of Annapolis was arrested after the attempted break-in Saturday and charged with murder, assault and burglary.

Det. Jeremy Silbert says George Marshall, 57, of Catonsville and an unidentified employee were working about 3 p.m. Saturday when they encountered a man apparently breaking into a truck. Silbert says that’s when the two tried to stop the man, the suspect fled in his own truck, fatally striking Marshall.

The unidentified employee was taken to a local hospital and is expected to survive.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

Comments (5)
  1. Had Enough says:

    What I would give to knock that care-free little smirk off it’s face. Feral beasts.

  2. Michael says:

    He does look quite content doesn’t he.

  3. rhonni says:

    I knew Mr. George he was my dads friend and boss. And the man that hit him and killed him deserves to be ran over with a semi truck and puncture his lung and let him lie there and die a slow misrable death. He is the damn devils worker….. If they need a volunteer I’m sure one of the truck drivers would let me do it…. I wish nothing but death for him…

  4. bernard F Mc Kernan says:

    POS car wash jockey. A waste of human excrement!.

  5. New Life says:

    Wow oh Wow……what a piece of S!@#…. jail doesn’t seem like a good enough punishment for me… or anyone….. FRY HIM

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