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Carjacking victim struck by his vehicle dies; teenager arrested

April 3, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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A carjacking victim assaulted by three juveniles who stole his car and struck him has died, police said.

A carjacking victim assaulted by three juveniles who stole his car and struck him has died, police said. Baltimore City police said an officer on patrol shortly after 5 a. m. Friday in the 100 block of North Conkling Street came up on three teenagers beating up a 41-year-old man, trying to take his car. Once in the vehicle, the suspects took off, dragging the victim before fatally striking him with his own car, police said.

The two other juveniles remain at large. The victim, a 41-year-old man, was taken to Johns Hopkins hospital, where he died. Residents voiced concerns directly to their councilman, Zeke Cohen. "It concerns me because I'm a mom of one, and I want cameras around Conkling Street.

I want cameras," said Kazadi Tsibola, a resident. Cohen said he's working to bring some resolve so that residents can feel safe where they call home. "We have experienced a really shocking and heartbreaking level of violence in this corridor," Cohen said. "Things aren't getting no better around here.

BALTIMORE —A carjacking victim assaulted by three juveniles who stole his car and struck him has died, police said. Baltimore City police said an officer on patrol shortly after 5 a. m. Friday in the 100 block of North Conkling Street came up on three teenagers beating up a 41-year-old man, trying to take his car.

The two other juveniles remain at large. The victim, a 41-year-old man, was taken to Johns Hopkins hospital, where he died. Residents voiced concerns directly to their councilman, Zeke Cohen. "It concerns me because I'm a mom of one, and I want cameras around Conkling Street.

I want cameras," said Kazadi Tsibola, a resident. Cohen said he's working to bring some resolve so that residents can feel safe where they call home. "We have experienced a really shocking and heartbreaking level of violence in this corridor," Cohen said. "Things aren't getting no better around here.

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