LOTHIAN, Md. (WJZ) — Two suspects have been arrested after police say they attempted to carjack a man in a Subway parking lot.
According to police, they were called to a Subway in Lothian for an attempted carjacking. When they arrived, the victim told them that a neighbor of his approached him in the parking lot. They were talking when the man, identified as Conley Marvin Bell, grabbed him from behind and placed a knife to his throat, demanding that the victim take he and his girlfriend, Charity Marie Bell, wherever they wanted to go.
The three got into the car but the victim grabbed the keys and ran. The suspects then also ran.
Police officers found the suspects on Sands Road, where they were arrested.
The victim has not been identified.