Reisterstown, Maryland Man Gets 10 Years For Armed Carjacking


Baltimore, Maryland – A 29-year-old Reisterstown man has been sentenced to ten years in federal prison for carjacking, and using, carrying, and brandishing a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence. Mouhamed Camara was sentenced last week.

According to the plea agreement, on January 9, 2018, the victim started her 2010 Toyota Corolla to allow the engine to warm. She was outside of her Reisterstown home scraping ice off of the car’s windows when confronted by Camara. He pointed a gun in her face and never said a word.

The victim ran for safety. Camara entering the victim’s vehicle and drove away. The victim’s cellphone was still in the automobile. Police located the vehicle at a nearby apartment complex and placed a GPS tracking device on it. A short time later, detectives observed the vehicle traveling towards Hanover Pike and onto I-795 South.

Detectives followed the vehicle onto I-695 and stopped it. Camara was the only one in the vehicle. Evidence later found on Camara’s cellphone and at his residence convinced detectives that he was responsible for the carjacking.

Camara has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison and five years of supervised release. Further details are available here.

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