OWINGS MILLS, Md. (WJZ) — A crime spree in Baltimore County ends in a violent crash in a front yard.
A teenager is dead and three other juveniles hurt after a stolen car crashes into a front yard in Owings Mills.
Baltimore County Police haven’t released and update on this case, but neighbors say they heard the crash around 4 p.m. and came running out — to a messy scene.
From Chopper 13, you could see the crumpled remains of a Honda Accord.
It’s hard to believe anyone survived the violent crash ending to this Baltimore County crime spree.
This scene coming after a reported police pursuit ended with first responders sawing and pulling as many as three people out of a stolen car.
“That’s crazy… That’s definitely crazy,” said Damien Kannatt, the owner of the stolen car.
WJZ was there as the car’s owner saw it for the first time after the crash.
“This is crazy,” he said. “That car is completely totaled.”
Kannatt said it was stolen Friday.
“Hopefully I was gonna get a glimpse of my car to see if it was, you know, still drive-able or totaled or… I figured something bad was happening because the street was blocked off but i just didn’t know the severity of what happened, but…” Kannatt said.
The Baltimore Sun reports it started around 4 p.m. when police tried to pull the car over and the driver led them on a short pursuit.
Nicholas Dell heard his truck get hit first… Before the car smashed into the curb at Highfalcon and Candytuft roads.
“I was inside and I heard the screeching from the tires, and then all of a sudden I heard a big bang and I new somebody got hurt,” Dell said.
One of the passengers in the stolen Honda, 18-year-old Taiwan X Linton was pronounced dead at the scene.
The driver and two other young passengers inside the car were injured and taken to local hospitals for treatment.
An investigation is now underway.
Baltimore county police have not provided an update on conditions of those in the car or if any charges have been filed.