MURDER USA: Police discovered bodies of two dead children in traffic stop in Essex; Nicole Michelle Johnson charged in death of her nephew and niece Kevin Glendenning shot dead at Royal Farms in Rosedale

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MURDER USA: Police discovered bodies of two dead children in traffic stop in Baltimore County; Nicole Michelle Johnson charged in death of her nephew and niece

ESSEX, MD. – When many thought the crime and blood lust in the Baltimore area could not be any worse, Baltimore County Police report that officers assigned to the Essex precinct conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle just after 11:00 pm on July 28, 2021, on Eastern Boulevard near Wagners Lane.

During the time the officers were engaging the driver, they discovered the bodies of two dead kids in the vehicle. Baltimore County Police have arrested and charged 33-year-old Nicole Michelle Johnson (DOB 7/11/1998) of 3548 Elmore Ave., Baltimore, Md in connection to the deaths of her niece and nephew, 7-year-old Joshlyn Johnson and 5-year-old Larry O’Neil. The children are siblings. Johnson faces multiple charges including 1st-degree child abuse that resulted in the death of a child under the age of 13; Bury or dispose of a body in an unauthorized place, failing to report a child’s death, first-degree assault of a child.

Due to the nature of this case, it will take time to determine the exact circumstances that led to the children’s deaths. In partnership with the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner as well as the Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office, the Baltimore County Police Department remains committed to bringing closure to this horrific case.

The children found deceased during a traffic stop last night has been identified as 7-year-old Joshlyn Johnson and 5-year-old Larry O’Neil.

During the time the officers were engaging the driver, they discovered the bodies of two dead kids in the vehicle.

The deceased minors were transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. The driver of the vehicle was taken into custody. Baltimore County detectives continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding this incident.

MURDER USA: KEVIN GLENDENNING SHOT DEAD AT ROYAL FARMS

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ROSEDALE, MD. – Another early morning shooting near a convenience store ended the life of a man just a few blocks from his home in Rosedale on July 26, 2021.

Baltimore County Police report that 31-year-old Kevin Glendenning of the 8200 block of Pulaski Highway, in Rosedale, has been identified as the victim of the homicide that occurred just before 2 a.m.

Glendenning died at the scene. Police say that he did not work in the store.

Anyone who may have been in the area when this crime occurred is asked to contact homicide detectives by calling 410-307-2020. Callers may remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward when submitting tips through Metro Crime Stoppers

Reward Offered

Metro Crime Stoppers of Maryland, an organization that is separate from the Baltimore County Police Department and Baltimore County Government, offers rewards of up to $2000 for information that leads to the arrest and charges in connection with felony offenses.

On the morning of July 26, 2021, a loving son, brother, and father, Kevin Glendenning was tragically killed. As his family is still coming to terms with this horrific news, we have joined together to create this GoFundMe page to help his family with funeral expenses, and other expenses to help care for his young son Daymien. No parent should have to ever go through this. We have known him his whole life and would like to take the burden off of his family. Any donation to help his family with laying him to rest would be greatly appreciated! God bless!

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MURDER USA: Errol Davis Shot Dead

REISTERSTOWN, MD. – The way a Gwinn Oak man has been driving in Maryland in 2021, indicated that a short life span would have been his fortune had he bothered to have his fortune told by a Gypsy Fortune Teller. Instead of dying in a high-speed crash, he was shot to death.

Baltimore County detectives are investigating a homicide that occurred on July 23, 2021, just before 12 a.m. When officers responded to the 6900 block of Brookmill Rd., they found 26-year-old Errol Noland Davis Jr., (DOB 1/1995) of 5304 Overhill Rd., Gwinn Oak, Md., suffering from a single gunshot wound. Police say that Davis was pronounced deceased at the scene; detectives believe this was a targeted incident.

As Baltimore County homicide detectives continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding this murder, they are asking anyone with information on the incident to contact them by calling 410-307-2020. Callers may remain anonymous.

Reward Offered

Metro Crime Stoppers of Maryland offers rewards of up to $2000 for information that leads to the arrest and charges in connection with felony offenses.

DANGEROUS AT ANY SPEED, DAVIS CAN SKIP HIS TRIAL FOR TOOLING ON BELTWAY AT 103 MPH

Davis apparently wasn’t too worried about meeting his maker when he was driving at 103 mph in a 55 mph speed zone in a 2017 Infinity on I-695 prior to Liberty Road near Baltimore when he was cited by Maryland State Trooper D. Rose on May 30, 2021, at 11:38 pm. His trial set for October 15, 2021, in Catonsville District Court will be canceled due to his cancellation by a murderer.

Davis was cited for driving his Infinity on the Intercounty Connector at 80 mph on May 12, 2021 at 3:39 am.

MURDER USA: Deras Washington Found Shot Dead

OWINGS MILLS, MD.  – Trying to give the killers of Baltimore City a run for their money, the Killers Society of Baltimore County decided to rub out another victim to keep the score up. Baltimore County Police say that Washington was found shot to death on Common Brook Road just before 5 pm on July 22, 2021.

Police say that Deras Amil Washington was 21 years old. Washington lived at 861 Nancy Lynn Lane in Arnold, Md.

Detectives believe the victim was targeted.

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