White Marsh Police Chase, Shooting Stemmed From Stolen Clothes
WHITE MARSH - Police revealed more information about a car chase and police shooting in White Marsh over the weekend.
According to police, the altercation started at Old Navy between Honeygo Blvd. and Town Center Drive. Police said two women: Alicia Page, 30, and Kelly Michelle Anthony, 31, attempted to leave Old Navy with $1,500 in stolen clothing.
Police said the women refused to give up the clothes when confronted by security guards, including a Baltimore County officer, outside the store.
Page and Anthony reached their car, where one officer attempted to pull Page from the driver's seat. The car took off, dragging the officer along. He suffered minor injuries to his knees.
Later that night, police spotted the vehicle at the corner of Philadelphia Road and Hamilton Avenue, where the women were surrounded. Both women ignored orders to exit the car, but police successfully removed Anthony from the passenger seat.
Police said that Page then began ramming her car into a bystander's car in front of her and a police car behind her, according to charging documents. The other driver was later hospitalized with a neck injury.
According to police: Page drove toward officers, which caused them to fire their weapons. It was later found that officers struck Page in the leg.
A police chase ensued, which involved officers reaching speeds of over 100 mph as they followed Page into Baltimore City. She finally stopped at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where she was rushed inside for treatment.
Police charged Page with attempted first-degree murder, assault, theft, and traffic violations, including driving without a license. Anthony has also been charged with assault and theft.
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