Three teens charged with attempted murder, robberies

January 27, 1996|By Dan Thanh Dang | Dan Thanh Dang,SUN STAFF

Three teen-agers suspected in a series of robberies this month were in custody yesterday, charged with attempted murder and other offenses in the shooting of a man during a holdup attempt Thursday in Carney, Baltimore County police said.

The arrests were made Thursday night after police pursued a rental car from the Baltimore Beltway into Baltimore.

The car was linked to several of the crimes, including the shooting of Gerald Alexander Selby, 59, on Stockwell Road a short time earlier.

Mr. Selby of the first block of Southerly Road in Towson was in serious condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center.

Two police cruisers were rammed by the car before a group of suspects tried to flee on foot.

Two were caught at Old Harford Road and Kildaire Drive, the third was arrested at his home two blocks away, and a handgun was found near the car, police said.

L Charged as adults in the shooting and in two other robberies

committed Thursday were Kevin Sherrod Winn, 19, of the 1200 block of Evesham Ave. and Anthony Tyrone Bellamy, 17, of the 4600 block of Kenilworth Ave.

They were held without bail.

The third suspect in the shooting -- an 18-year-old also charged with auto theft and seven other robberies and attempts from Jan. 13 through Thursday -- was awaiting a bail hearing and was not identified.

Police said the robberies occurred in the Towson, Parkville and Carney areas.

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