Anne Arundel Man Charged with Numerous Crimes, 68 Traffic Violations Held on $500,000 Bond - Southern Maryland Headline News

Anne Arundel Man Charged with Numerous Crimes, 68 Traffic Violations Held on $500,000 Bond


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GLEN BURNIE, Md. (March 26, 2016)—Maryland State Police today served charges on the Anne Arundel County man who was wanted in connection with a criminal investigation and led state and county police on a pursuit before fleeing on foot and resisting arrest earlier this week.

The accused is identified as Antron T. Bulow, 34, of Severn, Md. He was served with an arrest warrant today at the Anne Arundel County Detention Center, where he had been held on charges previously filed by Anne Arundel County Police.

Today's arrest warrant charged Bulow with two counts of second degree assault, and one count each of second degree assault on a law enforcement officer, resisting arrest, malicious destruction of property, disorderly conduct, and failure to obey a lawful order. In addition to the criminal charges, Bulow was charged with 68 traffic violations. Those charges include reckless driving, negligent driving, fleeing and eluding, and multiple other traffic offenses. Following a bail hearing on the latest charges, Bulow was held on a $500,000 bond.

A state trooper attempted to stop Bulow on March 23rd, after spotting the vehicle following a lookout given by the Anne Arundel County Police. The vehicle and driver were wanted in connection with a criminal investigation county officers were conducting.

The driver, later identified as Bulow, ignored police lights and sirens directing him to stop and led state and county police on a pursuit. After ramming a State Police patrol car and the trooper attempting to stop him, Bulow continued to flee until his vehicle was disabled by stop strips. He then fled on foot and resisted the attempts of multiple officers to arrest him.

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