Noted in the HCPD Daily Crime Bulletin, Monday, March 2, 2020
Columbia, 21045: 8700 block of Cloudleap Court, Feb. 28 7:20 p.m.
An adult male victim reported that he was sitting in his parked vehicle when he was approached by two male suspects with their faces partially covered who implied a gun, threatened him, and demanded his vehicle. The victim complied and the suspects drove off in the vehicle. The vehicle was recovered later that night in a neighboring jurisdiction. No one was injured. The investigation is ongoing.
SUSPECTS: two black males, 20-25 years old, one approximately 5’8” with a thin build wearing a black jacket and dark jeans, the other approximately 5’10” with a thin build wearing a black hoodie and dark jeans
Columbia, 21045: 6000 block of Foreland Garth, Feb. 29 1-4 a.m.
An adult male victim reported that three male suspects approached him and followed him to his vehicle. The victim entered his vehicle when the suspects displayed a handgun, assaulted him, and attempted to steal the vehicle before fleeing. The victim was transported to the hospital with minor injuries. The investigation is ongoing.
SUSPECTS: two white males, one in his mid-20s, approximately 5’10” with a stocky build wearing dark clothing, the other in his teens, approximately 5’8”, and one black male in his mid-20s, approximately 5’10” wearing a green hooded sweatshirt
Columbia, 21046: 7300 block of Oakland Mills Road, March 1 6:59 p.m.
An adult female victim reported that she was approached at her vehicle by three male suspects, one of whom displayed a gun or stun gun. The suspects demanded the victim’s keys and fled in her vehicle, a 2006 Toyota Corolla with tags MD/3AL9248. No one was injured. The investigation is ongoing.
SUSPECTS: three teenage black males, one approximately 5’3” with a heavy build wearing a jacket, no further description on the other suspects
Three cases of carjackings or attempted carjacking all in Columbia between February 28th and March 1st. All three cases noted the display of a gun or implied a gun.
Nothing good about any of this at all.