From the Aberdeen Police Department:
At about 7:20 pm on April 27, an Aberdeen Police officer attempted to stop a vehicle for a speed violation in the 700 block of Old Philadelphia Road. As the officer approached the 1998 Nissan Maxima it accelerated and fled. The vehicle proceeded through the rear of the Wal Mart, crossed Rt. 40 and traveling behind the Royal Farms Store to Edmund Street. In the area of the 900 block of Edmund Street the suspect vehicle rounded a slight curve striking a 16 year old male.
The suspect vehicle continued to flee. An Aberdeen officer immediately rendered aid to the pedestrian. Officers continued to pursue the suspect vehicle. In the area of Market Street and Edmund Street the suspect vehicle struck a marked Aberdeen Police unit. The suspect vehicle continued to South Philadelphia Blvd where it traveled west bound. The suspect vehicle attempted to make a right turn onto Rt. 7 striking a 2009 Ford operated by Berkley Fax 51, of Aberdeen.
A passenger in the vehicle, Barbara Fax received minor injuries in the crash and was transported to Harford Memorial Hospital by medic from the Aberdeen Fire Department. After striking the Fax vehicle the operator of the suspect vehicle fled on foot, he was apprehended a short distance from the scene.
The suspect is identified as Asim J Lievers 31, of the 200 block of Mayberry Drive in Aberdeen. Lievers is expected to be charged with assault and numerous serious traffic offenses. He is currently being held at the Aberdeen Police Department. The 16 year old struck on Edmund Street was transported to Bayview Medical Center and in currently listed in critical condition.
Members of the Harford County Sheriff’s Office Crash Team are assisting in the investigation.