Gloristine Pinkney Obituary, Waldorf MD, 73-year-old Woman Killed By Thief In Home Depot Parking lot With Stolen Forklift

Gloristine Pinkney Obituary, Death – The authorities claim that when they arrived to investigate a burglary at a Lowe’s in Maryland, they learned that a guy had stolen a forklift, driven it to a nearby Home Depot, and run over a woman who had been sleeping in her car. The incident occurred while the authorities were investigating the burglary at the Lowe’s. Bryce Caleb Timothy Brown, 20, is accused of stealing a forklift after breaking into the Lowe’s Home Improvement store in the community of Waldorf, which is located approximately 60 miles south of Baltimore.

This is according to the deputies in Charles County. It is reported that he went into the parking lot of the Home Depot on Jefferson Farm Place, which is located around 0.6 miles away. Brown allegedly drove the forklift into a vehicle that was parked in the parking lot for “unknown reasons,” according to the officers. According to the deputies, Gloristine Pinkney, who is 73 years old, had been sleeping inside of the vehicle, which was her car. She exited the vehicle and attempted to flee on foot, but according to the authorities, Brown chased after her and ran her over with the forklift. After that, the elderly woman’s vehicle was allegedly stolen by the 20-year-old, who then ran away from the scene.

The authorities reported that they arrived at the scene of the burglary and theft in progress at the Lowe’s around 12:40 on Sunday am. According to the authorities, after conducting their investigation, the forklift was located in the parking lot of Home Depot. They looked underneath the truck and found Pinkney there. It was determined that she had passed away at the site. The investigators did not immediately provide any hints as to a possible motive. They only stated that Brown and Pinkney do not know each other, or, to put it another way, “are not known to each other.” Both were said to hail from Waldorf in their descriptions.