BALTIMORE (WJZ)– City Police arrested a hit-and-run driver Thursday who had an assortment of guns, ammo, narcotics and money in his vehicle.
An officer was traveling east on North Avenue where he was flagged down by a woman, claiming someone struck her vehicle and drove off.
The woman followed the car and called the police. Police stopped the driver, who was identified as 37-year-old Troy Litwhiler. Litwhiler first gave police several other names. In fact, one of the names Litwhiler gave police was a person wanted on a warrant in Pennsylvania.
Inside of his vehicle, police discovered handguns, long guns, a pellet gun, ammunition, narcotics, and money.
Litwhiler is from Catawissa Township in Pennsylvania. He was arrested and transported to Central Booking Intake Facility where he was formally charged.