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Vehicle Fleeing Police Hits Pedestrian; Crashes into Car

Anne Arundel County police said after stealing from a store Friday, three people fled in a car and struck an employee trying to stop them, then crashed into another vehicle in Glen Burnie while being pursued by officers.

At least three people sustained minor injuries as a result of being hit by the fleeing vehicle, police said.

Three people were arrested. Police said two women were charged with crimes, while a girl was issued a juvenile citation and released to a guardian.

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The trio allegedly stole $1,200 worth of merchandise from the “At Home” store in the 6000 block of Ritchie Highway in Glen Burnie, before fleeing in a car, police said. Online court records show Kevauna Johnson-Ruffin, 20, drove the car the group fled in. She faces felony and misdemeanor assault, reckless endangerment and theft charges.

Johnson-Ruffin has also been charged with a range of traffic offenses, including attempting to elude police and reckless and negligent driving, according to the court records…   Capital Gazette

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