Police: Baltimore Woman Terrorized 6 People During 90-minute Crime Spree In Maryland

Aiexpress – On Thursday night, investigators managed to track down and arrest Tanay Stallings-Brown, 31, after she played a real-life version of “Grand Theft Auto” for 90 minutes. During this time, she terrorized multiple individuals before being apprehended.

At approximately 5:05 p.m. on January 25, the Prince George’s County Police Department received a distress call regarding an incident at the intersection of Forest Park Drive and Ritchie Road in Capitol Heights. A driver had veered off the road and hit a pedestrian who was walking on the sidewalk, resulting in minor injuries to the victim.

At approximately 5:25 p.m. on Thursday, a man reported a third incident in the 680 block of Walker Mill Road. He stated that he had been walking on a sidewalk towards Addison Road when a car struck him.

At approximately 6:35 p.m., the Prince George’s County Police Department received another report of a stabbing at the 9100 block of Annapolis Road in Lanham. Police officers were dispatched to the scene.

The victim sustained injuries that were described as “critical.”


Police determined that the same vehicle, a dark-colored Chevrolet Malibu, was used in each of the crimes under investigation. After tracing the car to Baltimore, officers spotted Stallings-Brown entering the suspect vehicle around 11 p.m. on Thursday night. She was subsequently stopped in the 2300 block of Washington Street.

The Malibu displayed substantial front-end damage and a shattered windshield, according to officials.

Stallings-Brown faced arrest in Baltimore and was subsequently transported to Prince George’s County to be held accountable for her crimes.

“The crimes committed by Stallings-Brown took place in three separate police divisions within a span of an hour and a half,” stated Prince George’s County Police Chief Malik Aziz. “The commanders and investigators in each division worked diligently to interview victims and witnesses and to search for any available video footage or images of the suspect.”

According to the spokesperson, the authorities were able to establish a connection between all the crimes and attributed them to a single female suspect. He further mentioned that the PGPD detectives efficiently identified, located, and apprehended her in Baltimore within a span of just six hours after her initial offense.

The reasons behind Stallings-Brown’s crimes are still unclear, and authorities believe that she selected her victims seemingly at random.

Stallings-Brown faced numerous charges, including multiple counts of attempted first-degree murder, assault, and other offenses linked to hitting the pedestrians.

The Prince George’s County Department of Corrections currently has custody of her.

Aziz expressed his pride in each of the officers involved in apprehending the suspect who had audaciously entered their community and harmed six victims. He commended their unwavering determination and extended well wishes for the victims’ recoveries.

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