City/county Digest


April 15, 2004

TIMONIUM — Police seek man charged in Timonium carjacking

TIMONIUM - Baltimore County police were searching yesterday for a man wanted in a carjacking March 31 in which an 81-year-old woman was the victim.

The woman, a Timonium resident, was threatened with a knife and forced from her 1991 Toyota Camry in the parking lot of a Super Fresh grocery store in the first block of W. Aylesbury Road about 5:15 p.m., police said. A man drove off in the car, police said.

Police said they have filed an arrest warrant charging Lee Anthony Warrington, 27, of no fixed address with armed carjacking and first-degree assault. Warrington has family in Stewartstown, Pa., but police said he is likely in the Baltimore area.

Police also are searching for the woman's car, which is dark blue with Maryland tags RNK 076. Anyone with information is asked to call Baltimore County police at 410-307-2020.

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