Motorcyclist Killed in Crash Saturday; Bike, Tags Were Stolen - Southern Maryland Headline News

Motorcyclist Killed in Crash Saturday; Bike, Tags Were Stolen


UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (June 04, 2017)—Maryland State Police report that a D.C. man died Saturday night as a result of injuries received when the motorcycle he was driving crashed into a car. The crash occurred around 10:15 p.m. on southbound MD Route 202, Largo Road at Robert Lewis Ave, Upper Marlboro, Prince George's County.

The deceased was identified as Michael R. Davis, age 36, of Washington D.C.

Preliminary investigation revealed that the motorcycle was traveling southbound on MD 202. A Nissan passenger vehicle, in attempt to make a left turn from westbound Robert Lewis to continue northbound Rt. 202 traveled into the motorcycle's lane of travel and was struck by the motorcycle.

The Nissan was operated by Elijah Bailiff, age 18, of Forestville. There were 3 minors in the vehicle; a 16 year-old female, and two 17 year-old males. The female was transported to Children's Hospital with minor injuries.

All lanes of travel southbound were closed for the investigation. SHA was notified for a response to assist with traffic control. At approximately 10:50 p.m., Tfc K. Zarzecki, a ACI certified reconstructionist, responded to the scene to conduct the post collision reconstruction.

Police say the motorcycle is listed as stolen through Howard County and the Tags are stolen through Virginia.

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