BALTIMORE — Police say a Baltimore man has been charged in connection with three recent carjackings, including one in which a 76-year-old man was stabbed.

The Baltimore Sun reports Baltimore police disclosed that 29-year-old Robert Donte Crenshaw was arrested early Saturday after a patrol officer spotted him driving one of the stolen vehicles. Police spokeswoman Det. Nicole Monroe says Crenshaw faces charges including attempted murder, carjacking and robbery.

Monroe says the charges arose from separate carjackings Sept. 11 and Sept. 15 and on another unspecified date. Monroe says all three victims were threatened with a knife, but the 76-year-old man stabbed Friday was the only one injured. His condition wasn’t known.

Court records didn’t list an attorney for Crenshaw.

Information from: The Baltimore Sun,

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