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Juveniles Responsible for Two Carjackings in Chevy Chase Arrested in Washington, D.C.

For Immediate Release: Monday, January 25, 2021

Detectives from the Major Crimes Division have identified the two suspects responsible for the two carjackings that occurred in Chevy Chase last week.  The suspects, a 14-year-old female and a 15-year-old male, both of Washington, D.C., were arrested in DC by Metropolitan Police Department officers on Saturday, January 23, in the vehicle they stole during the second carjacking in Chevy Chase.

The juvenile suspects have been charged by Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) detectives for offenses committed in Washington, D.C. MPD’s press release detailing these charges can be read here:

Montgomery County Police Department detectives are applying for charges through the Department of Juvenile Services (DJS) for the two carjackings committed by these suspects in the County.

The two carjackings committed by these juveniles in Chevy Chase are as follows:

  • Thursday, January 21, approximately 3:57 pm, 2600 block of Spencer Road.  The juvenile suspects ordered the female victim to give them the keys to her silver Mercedes-Benz C300 and the male suspect punched the victim in the face.  The victim suffered facial injuries.

  • Friday, January 22, approximately 3:40 pm, 4800 block of Essex Avenue.  The juvenile suspects demanded the female victim’s keys to her Audi Q5. 

The Montgomery County Department of Police appreciates the continued coordination with and the support of the Metropolitan Police Department in closing cases across jurisdictional boundaries.

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Release ID: 21-038
Media Contact: Sergeant Rebecca Innocenti 
Categories: carjacking