Girls Assault Pregnant Villa Cresta Elementary Schoolteacher And Steal Her Car


Baltimore County, Maryland – Baltimore County Police are investigating a carjacking at Villa Cresta Elementary School in Parkville after four girls assaulted a teacher and stole her car.

Accident Scene

The teacher, who is in the early stages of pregnancy, was not injured during the incident but did later respond to a local hospital to be checked by a doctor.

The four girls, believed to be in their teens, were buzzed into the school when they said they were there to inquire about registering a child. After speaking with the office staff, they left the school and were in the parking lot as the teacher was walking out of the school to her car, carrying her purse and cell phone in her hand. The girls approached the teacher and knocked the cell phone out of her hand. The teacher turned to run but fell, dropping her purse. The girls took the phone and the purse, containing the teacher’s car keys. Two of the suspects left in the vehicle they’d driven there while the other two left in the teacher’s black 2013 Kia Sportage.

The Baltimore County Police Carjacking Team responded to the school and is continuing the investigation into this incident.

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