Two arrested, charged in Carroll truck thefts

Baltimoreans accused of not returning vehicles as promised to dealers

July 21, 2000|By Liz F. Kay | Liz F. Kay,SUN STAFF

Two Baltimore residents were arrested Wednesday on charges of stealing two trucks and unlawfully taking a third from Carroll County car dealerships, police said.

Caline Anneliese Felgar, 25, of the 700 block of N. Augusta Court was charged with eight counts, including unlawful taking of a motor vehicle and conspiracy of theft greater than $300.

Erik Emery Jordan, 26, of the same address was charged with six counts, including unlawful taking of a motor vehicle and theft greater than $300. Both were being held yesterday at the Carroll County Detention Center, Felgar in lieu of $30,000 bond and Jordan in lieu of $5,000 bond.

According to a police report, Felgar borrowed a black 1999 Chevrolet Tracker from the Len Stoler dealership in Westminster on July 11, saying she wanted to show it to her husband in Pennsylvania. She promised to return the vehicle after a few hours. It was found at 8:45 a.m. the next morning in the car lot, with 180 miles on it.

Felgar also is accused of borrowing a silver 2000 Chevy Tracker from Wantz Chevrolet in Taneytown for what was supposed to be an overnight test drive July 12 and failing to return it until the next evening.

In the third incident, police say Felgar called Davis Buick-GMC in Westminster on Tuesday from the Days Inn in Westminster and asked to be picked up for a test drive.

According to the police report, she took a 2000 Jimmy truck from the dealership at 3 p.m. and allegedly promised to return the vehicle by 5 p.m.

When the car was not returned by 8:40 p.m., Maryland State Police were alerted.

Troopers arrested Felgar at 6:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Days Inn and told police that Jordan was driving the vehicle.

Jordan was arrested when he returned to the Days Inn with the truck.

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