From Maryland State Police:
On Tuesday, December 21, 2010 at about 3:00 p.m. Troopers from the Maryland State Police and Deputies from the Harford County Sheriff’s Office responded to the BB&T (Baltimore Bank and Trust) located at 3891 Jarrettsville Pike, Jarrettsville, Md. for a reported armed robbery. The bank is located at the intersection of Rt. 146 (Jarrettsville Pike) and Rt. 23 (Norrisville Road).
Investigators learned from bank employees that prior to entering the establishment the lone gunman parked a blue/black S-10 Chevrolet/GMC pickup, with white cap enclosing the bed, directly in front of the establishment (front facing southbound Rt. 146). The white male suspect entered the bank wearing a “full face” style motorcycle helmet with a lime green and black design. The facial portion of the helmet was enclosed with a clear shield. The suspect entered the bank with a rifle with wood stock and scope. The suspect is described as approximately 5’09” and 170 – 185 lbs, wearing a brown/dark coat and jeans with light colored shoes. The suspect demanded and received an undisclosed amount of cash from the bank employees during the robbery. No one was harmed.
This is the second robbery of this establishment involving this suspect who also struck on Friday, December 17, at about 4:10 p.m. The suspect fled from that robbery, operating a red Nissan Frontier pickup with a cap enclosing the bed. That robbery is being investigated by the Harford County Sheriff’s Office. In both robberies the suspect fled in the aforementioned vehicles southbound on Rt. 146 towards Baltimore County.
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Geez and we pay our taxes for this type of police protection. Maybe if the bandit would call up the police before he strikes again and tells them what day and time he will be there maybe they can catch him then. As for the bank, I will be taking all my money out of your bank, you are too quick to give it away and I don’t want to run into this guy while at your bank. You know you can put cameras outside to capture license plates of vehicles too.
Johhnybee, you should preface your posts with, “In the opinion of the Village Idiot.”
You did make me chuckle a little though, not from your post, but from the fact that we have so many Morons in Harford County that have learned how to turn on a computer.
I think you should leave your money in the bank. That way when your kids ask you for college money one day you can tell them that all 18 of your banked up cents were stolen by the Biker Bandit.
Harry Sax says
Steiner- you’re spot on in your post to the “Boob of the Week.” I’m surprised he had the wherewithall to find the “Dagger.” I guess even a blind, brain-damaged dog can find a bone!
That’s hilarious, Steiner!
JOHHNYBEE for Sheriff 2014 lol. Get a life guy, your comment is too stupid to warrant anymore attention. Take your 18 cents that Steiner thinks you have and purchase a condom to avoid procreating, Harford County can’t afford anymore brain surgeons.
Is this the bank that is just down the street from the Harford County Sheriffs Office Northern Precinct?
Common Sense says
Yes, it is. However, the call went to MSP first and HCSO got it second. Not that it matters how close the precinct is when the deputies are out patrolling the County doing their job and not sitting in the precinct.
Who cares which agency got the call first. Very brazen bandit to rob a bank that close to the police and then do it again so soon. Maybe the bandit knows something we don’t.
Common Sense says
He’s very brazen and knows that once he crosses back into Baltimore County, he’s got some time before they start looking for him there.
And it matters very much which Agency got the call first. When there are only a couple troopers working the whole County (not their fault) and have to come from the Southern part of the County, that gives the robber more time. If it would have come to HCSO first, the people assigned to that area would have been there faster. And the truth is that HCSO got their first but the delay in communication cost everyone the capture.
Are you are saying that dispatch could have handled this call better? How much of a delay in communication occurred?
How do you know that the bandit knows he has more time if he crosses into Baltimore County?
Perhaps the robber went to Pennsylvania and not Baltimore County?