BALTIMORE —The Baltimore Police Department is forming a task force dedicated solely to finding solutions to people illegally riding dirt bikes and all-terrain vehicles on city streets.
Calling dirt bike riding on public streets a nuisance and a public safety issue, Baltimore police and the Baltimore City State's Attorney's Office are teaming up to try to end this reckless and dangerous activity.
Police released video of riders weaving through traffic disobeying traffic laws.
Police are looking for one rider in particular -- Jamar Beckford, 23. Police said a surveillance camera caught him wiping bullets and then loading them into a handgun. He is wanted for handgun and dirt bike violations.