Michael D. Stevens II Arrested And Identified As Suspect In The Stealing Of 5-ton Truck In Baltimore City

An investigation is underway by deputies following the theft of a military vehicle from a residence in Bel Air. As a result, an adult male has been arrested and is currently in jail.

In a breaking news development, Patrol Deputies from the Northern Precinct of the Harford County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to a residence located in the 900 block of Rock Spring Road in Bel Air on May 12, 2023, at around 6:35 p.m.

The call was in response to a report of a stolen privately owned 1986 923-A 5-ton military vehicle. Following the previous event, the automobile was observed entering the municipality of Bel Air. The suspect proceeded down Rt. 24 and subsequently turned onto I95.

A 5-ton truck was pursued down the interstate by deputies from the Southern Precinct, Special Operations Division, and allied law enforcement agencies. Several unsuccessful attempts were made to deploy stop sticks in order to disable the vehicle.

According to reports, the truck proceeded into Baltimore City and eventually halted on Conkling Street. Upon exiting the vehicle, the driver made an attempt to flee from the scene. The suspect was safely apprehended by Harford County Sheriff’s Office Deputies.

According to reports, there were no reported injuries to the suspect, citizens, or law enforcement officials involved in the incident.

According to the initial investigation, Michael D. Stevens II, a 38-year-old resident of Abingdon, is suspected of stealing a vehicle shortly after being released from the Harford County Detention Center.

At 9:20 p.m., Stevens was brought back to the Detention Center to face charges of motor vehicle theft, two counts of 1st degree assault, two counts of 2nd degree assault, and failing to obey a lawful order. The individual in question is presently being detained without bail.

The safe resolution of the incident is attributed to the collaboration of multiple law enforcement agencies, including the Baltimore County Police Department, Maryland State Police, Baltimore Police Department, and the Bel Air Police Department.

Stevens was involved in a pursuit that resulted in multiple collisions with civilian vehicles. Individuals who have been involved in any of these crashes are urged to contact the Southern Precinct at 410-612-1717 to file a report.

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