Baltimore crime spree: Woman charged with attempted murder after stabbings, hit-and-runs left 6 injured

 Police say a 31-year-old Baltimore woman has been arrested and charged in connection with a violent crime that left six people injured.

According to the Prince George's County Police Department, Tanay Stallings-Brown carried out two stabbings and multiple hit-and-runs on Thursday before being tracked down and captured by authorities. No motive has been identified for the attacks and the victims appear to have been selected at random.

Chief Malik Aziz said, "The crimes that Stallings-Brown committed occurred in three different police divisions within the span of an hour and a half."

Police first responded to a call about a hit-and-run around 5:05 p.m. Thursday at Forest Park Drive and Ritchie Road in Capitol Heights. A driver hit a woman while she was on the sidewalk. Police said the victim suffered minor injuries, while the driver fled the spot.

Officers responded to a second call at 20 Ritchie Road about 10 minutes later. Two men were hit by a car. The driver then exited the vehicle and, according to police, stabbed one of the victims, a 15-year-old female, causing non-life-threatening injuries. The second victim, an adult male, had injuries that were not considered life-threatening.

Police went to the scene of a third hit-and-run on the 6800 block of Walker Mill Road around 5:25 p.m. An adult male victim told officers he was struck by a car while walking on the sidewalk toward Edison Road. But this time, the driver turned around and hit the victim again.

Police said another hit-and-run victim was located in the 1000 block of Edison Road South. The victim suffered minor injuries after being hit by a car.

Ultimately, officers responded around 6:35 p.m. The stabbing occurred at a gas station in the 9100 block of Annapolis Road in Lanham, where a sixth victim, an adult male, was seriously injured.

Investigators identified and linked a dark-colored Chevrolet Malibu to each crime. The car was tracked and found to be located in Baltimore.

With the assistance of the Baltimore Police Department, Prince George's County officers observed the suspect enter a car at approximately 10:50 p.m. Police then conducted a traffic stop in the 2300 block of Washington Street and took Stallings-Brown into custody.

Police said the car she was driving had extensive front-end damage and a shattered windshield.

Chief Aziz said, "Commanders and investigators in each of these divisions worked aggressively to interview victims and witnesses and attempt to locate any video or image of the suspect. Investigators were able to determine "That all the crimes were connected and were committed by a female suspect." a statement.

"Within six hours of his first crime, PGPD detectives identified, located and arrested him in Baltimore. I am proud of each of these officers. They worked with determination to arrest that suspect Who will so brazenly come into our community and cause harm." Six victims. We wish each of these victims a recovery,” he said.

Stallings-Brown is currently being held in the Prince George's County Department of Corrections.

He has been charged with dozens of crimes, including attempted first-degree murder, assault and additional charges related to striking a pedestrian.

Police have asked members of the public who may have additional information on the case to contact Crime Solvers online at or through the "P3 Tips" mobile app.

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