To turn himself into police, Kevon Neal had to walk through a doorway draped with black bunting in honor of Officer Adrian Morris.
When asked if he should be blamed for Officer Morris' death, he responded, "No."
Authorities had already tracked down Kenneth Mitchell. Investigators say the two men, Neal and Mitchell, were in a stolen Acura being followed by police on Monday.
Days later, Neal gave up too.
"He had nowhere else to go," said Prince George's County Police Chief Mark Magaw.
Neal and Mitchell were suspects in a series of thefts at gas stations. That is why Officer Morris and his partner were following them.
Witnesses say citizens on I-95 Monday were dodging the Acura and when police had to swerve. The cruiser lost control and flipped.
The men are charged only with felony theft. State's Attorney Angela Alsobrooks says if there is evidence of gross negligence, she will push for vehicular manslaughter.
"We have to wait until we receive all of the evidence in the case, but if it points towards that, I can assure you that I will file the appropriate charges," says Alsobrooks. "If that means vehicular manslaughter, that is the charge that we will file."