A frightening scene in Northwest Baltimore. City police in riot gear face off with a large crowd of people gathering to watch illegal dirt bikes.
City detectives are looking for leads in a hit-and-run case that could bring some closure for one family. Police say a dirt bike rider struck the victim, a young mother.
A young man was killed and another was injured in Anne Arundel County when his dirt bike collided with an SUV. Police say the two on the bike were riding illegally without any lights or helmets on.
Police say those riding dirt bikes are terrorizing Baltimore and they’re trying new tactics to get inside the groups and get them off the streets—but one high-profile rider says that’s the wrong focus.
Two Anne Arundel County men are now off the roads. Police arrested them for stealing several dirt bikes from a store along Ritchie Highway.
Riding a dirt bike on city streets creates dreams of YouTube glory for 16-year-old Jacquan Brown. Joseph Wilkinson cruises for stress relief. And Terry Cain finds brotherhood when a pack of riders falls in line, suddenly free from the petty beefs of neighborhood rivalries.
City police are cracking down on illegal dirt bike riders. Sixteen bikes were seized in a raid Saturday in northwest Baltimore.
It’s a dangerous tradition in Baltimore–illegal dirt bikes zooming through the streets of the city.
They’re illegal on Baltimore streets but that doesn’t keep dirt bikes off roads and even sidewalks.
Dangerous dirt bikes taking over city streets. Now a 6-year-old boy is in the hospital, hit by someone riding a bike illegally.
They’re illegal and can be deadly. Dirt bikes are out again on Baltimore streets.