Erick Hasheem Warrick, of Washington, D.C., entered a guilty plea to Felony Theft $1,500- under $25,000 on April 6, 2021 for an incident that began with a theft at the Queenstown Outlets and ended with the successful apprehension of all suspects on Kent Island. On January 8, 2020 Mr. Warrick and two other individuals entered the Coach Outlet Store and grabbed numerous items from the store totaling $8,022 before fleeing the scene. Trooper Schillaci, with the Maryland State Police, located the suspect vehicle heading Westbound on Route 50 and attempted to stop the vehicle.  The suspects failed to stop and several police units joined in the pursuit of the suspect vehicle. The vehicle turned down Dominion Road and fled at high rates of speed throughout several residential neighborhoods and on single lane roads, causing multiple citizen vehicles to drive off of the roadway and almost striking multiple pedestrians. The vehicle finally came to a stop near the intersection of Queen Anne’s Drive and Calvert Road, where the two passengers in the vehicle fled on foot. Officers subsequently arrested all three subjects and found all of the stolen merchandise within the vehicle. The driver, and owner, of the vehicle was Erick Warrick. The sentence of five years, suspend all but eighteen months to the Department of Corrections, was handed down by the Judge at sentencing. In addition, Mr. Warrick will be required to complete thirty-six months of supervised probation upon his release from jail. Assistant State’s Attorney, Chelsea Endzel, prosecuted this case.