Maryland State Police Warn Motorists of Exit Ramp Scam
Maryland State Police Continue To Warn Motorists of Exit Ramp Scam
(Pikesville, MD) – In response to multiple calls received throughout Maryland, Maryland State Police are continuing to warn motorists about individuals flagging down drivers at exit ramps requesting money.
The suspects are pretending their vehicles are disabled, flagging down passing motorists on exit ramps and asking for money. In exchange for the money and services given to the scam artist, they are giving fake jewelry in return. These incidents are causing major traffic delays and in some instances, crashes on the ramps. The incidents have been reported to the Maryland State Police in Prince George’s County, Montgomery County, Harford County, Howard County, Anne Arundel County and Allegany County, Maryland.
Maryland State Police Golden Ring Barrack troopers have arrested two suspects over the past weekend in Baltimore Co. The suspects are identified as Aron Miclescu, 29 and Constantin Stan, both from Baltimore, MD. They have been charged with criminal disorderly conduct, reckless endangerment, disturbing the peace by obstructing traffic, walking on highway, parking vehicle on highway shoulder. Additional charges may be forthcoming after review by the Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office.
Police believe similar types of scams have also occurred in other counties not mentioned. If you have any information regarding these incidents please contact your local Maryland State Police Barrack. Investigations continue.