There has been an increase in carjackings throughout Baltimore City this year compared to this time last year, and it has left many residents terrified.

Now, some city leaders are talking about how they’re working to combat this violent crime.

According to Baltimore City Councilman James Torrence, from District 7, some of the more recent carjackings have had some similarities.

That’s why Torrence, and other leaders throughout the city, are giving tips on how people can avoid becoming the next victim.... Read More: WMAR2NEWS