Third suspect arrested in Owings Mills road rage incident

Police still trying to identify fourth man involved in fight

  • Aaron Tyler Watts, left, turned himself in on Jan. 3 in connection with a road rage incident in Owings Mills in November. Esaiah Lynn Watts, center, turned himself in Jan. 9. A third suspect in the case, Dwayne Palmer Harvey, right, was arrested this past weekend.
Aaron Tyler Watts, left, turned himself in on Jan. 3 in connection… (Baltimore County Police…)
January 09, 2013|By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun

A third man is in police custody after a fight at an Owings Mills home in November that erupted after an incident of road rage, according to Baltimore County police.

Esaiah Lynn Watts, 21, of the 2600 block of Camberwell Court in Windsor Mill, turned himself in to police Wednesday, after they had obtained a warrant for his arrest on three counts of second-degree assault, police said.

The Nov. 23 fight left a woman and her two sons, who were targeted by the men, injured, police said.

Police identified Watts and two other men — Aaron Tyler Watts, 23, of the 9000 block of Hamor Road in Randallstown and Dwayne Palmer Harvey, 22, of the 300 block of Allendale Street in Baltimore — based on a description of their vehicle, police said.

Warrants were obtained for all three. Aaron Watts turned himself in to police last week, and Harvey was arrested this past weekend, police said. Both are charged with three counts of second-degree assault, and have been released on $15,000 and $25,000 bond, respectively, police said.

As of Wednesday afternoon, Esaiah Watts was being held at the Baltimore County Detention Center on $100,000 bail.

Police are working to identify a fourth man who was allegedly involved in the fight.

The woman and her two sons who were allegedly assaulted during the fight were treated at a local hospital and released, police said. They have not been identified.

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