Teen charged with murder of cash driver Cheryl McCormick

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A Baltimore teen (supposedly seen on the right in the video with the second suspect) is charged with the murder of Cheryl McCormack.

ONE Baltimore The teen accused of killing a DoorDash driver turned himself in to authorities early Wednesday morning after detectives received a warrant for his arrest, according to Baltimore Police Department. The suspect has not yet been named by authorities as he is only 16 years old, which makes him a minor in the State of Maryland.

Teenager charged with first degree murder in death of Cheryl McCormick51 years old mom of dad and grandma who worked all night mentioned for the food delivery app DoorDash. McCormick’s alleged murder occurred January 24 shortly after 2 a.m., according to the federal Baltimore Field Division. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

ATF provides a timeline of alleged events leading to the fatal shooting:

ATF agents and Baltimore Police Department detectives learned that the victims were working for an app-based food delivery service and their car ran out of gas at 3900 White Ave. on the way to deliver. While walking back to the gas station to get fuel in his car, the second victim was approached by two thin, short, black men, likely in their mid to late teens. . One suspect swung a gun and both suspects attempted to rob the victim, then asked the victim to return to the disabled vehicle with them. Upon arrival, the suspects asked Ms McCormack to get out of the car and give them valuables. When she refused, the suspects shot her and fled.

There were no developments in the case for the first few weeks, but on February 8, ATF Baltimore Acting Special Agent in Charge LC cheek, Jr. $5,000 reward announced for any information leading to the identification of the two suspects. The agency also released a video of the suspects filmed from a nearby gas station minutes before McCormick’s alleged murder.

That video and interviews with “potential witnesses” eventually led to homicide detectives with the Baltimore Police Department being able to identify a suspect and obtain a warrant for his arrest, police said. speak.

“At about 12:37 on February 23, 2022, the 16-year-old suspect himself went to the police headquarters where he was read Miranda Permissions and redirected to Central Booking, “police department continue.

Under Maryland Law, an individual can sometimes be charged with first-degree murder if the murder is not premeditated – it depends on the case. Generally speaking, first degree murder is “an intentional, premeditated and intentional murder”, a murder by a “pending” person, a murder “perpetrated with poison”, or a murder is “done to cause or attempt to cause” a potentially offensive crime. In essence, the latter is functionally similar to a felony murder rule. Necessary basic violations laid down in the state murder regulations; these include first degree arson, certain types of theft, carjacking or armed robbery, kidnapping, disorderly conduct, robbery, and several others.

It’s unclear if an arrest warrant was issued for the second suspect in the case or if detectives were even able to find out the identity of the other person in the video. Law & Crime has reached out to the Baltimore Police Department’s media relations office but has not received a response to a request for an update or comment.

[surveillance image photo via ATF; image of McCormack via Facebook/WBAL-TV screengrab]

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