A newly freed Maryland guy stole a military vehicle, gave chase to the police through several sites, and was eventually caught after colliding with other cars.
A man in Maryland, recently released from jail, stole a 5-ton military vehicle and led police on a highway chase. Deputies responded to a report of the stolen vehicle in Bel Air and pursued the suspect, identified as Michael D. Stevens II, as he drove through the town and onto Interstate 95. Despite attempts to disable the vehicle with stop sticks, the man continued driving into Baltimore City. Eventually, he stopped on Conkling Street and attempted to flee but was apprehended by deputies. No one was injured, although the man did crash into multiple vehicles during the chase. Stevens was charged with various offenses, including motor vehicle theft and assault, and was held without bond after appearing in court.