Carjacking becoming a youth ‘sport’ as numbers climb – Baltimore Sun

It was still dark at 6 a.m. as Terry Rawlings Sr. guided his cherry-red Acura CL through Southwest Baltimore. He was heading to the gym to lift weights before his shift as a truck driver.

The 51-year-old was on Washington Boulevard near Bayard Street when his car was rear-ended by a Nissan Altima.

He pulled over and stepped out to check the damage. Before him stood a young man about 6 feet tall in a long black jacket, black athletic pants and New Balance sneakers.

“This is my mom’s car,” he told Rawlings. “I’m going to be in trouble.”

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