Arrest Warrant Issued For Man Accused Of Hitting Two Bicyclist, Pedestrian In Baltimore City
BALTIMORE (WJZ) -- Baltimore City Police have issued an arrest warrant for 32-year-old Brian Adams in connection with a hit-and-run incident on August 21 where two bicyclists and a pedestrian were injured.
The incident took place around 9:30 p.m. in the 1700 block of Eastern Avenue during a community bike ride when a red Ford F-150 struck the bicyclists and pedestrian before fleeing the scene, police said.
The two bicyclist were taken to area hospitals with serious, but non-life threatening, injuries.
Kenneth Pittrel was one of the cyclists hit. He said the truck was driving erratically, weaving in and out of traffic and doing burnouts, filling the road with smoke.
"As we cut through the smoke, I saw that he was sitting there with a grin on his face like he was entertained with causing all of this disruption with the ride," Pittrel told WJZ.
Brian Henderson witnessed the ordeal, and recalled the truck running over the cyclists.
"He couldn't initially clear him," Henderson said. "It was like watching a pickup go into four-wheel. Boom, boom, boom. And when it went up, the wheels spin, the back wheel came, and I mean, he's screaming already."
Pittrel, who suffered ligament damage is in the process of recovering.
"It's a life changing experience," he said. "I think I'll be ok. I'll get through it, but I don't want anyone else to go through what I went through in that situation. I just want to bring this guy to justice."
Adams, of Red Lion, Pennsylvania, is being charged with three counts of first-degree attempted murder and three counts of first and second degree assault.
Anyone who sees and or knows of Adams' whereabouts is asked to call Warrant Apprehension detectives at 410-637-8970, or, dial 911.
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