WYANDOTTE, Mich. – A police officer on patrol observed a van misplaced in an alley at about 4 a.m. Tuesday in Wyandotte and went to test it out.
He discovered two males caught on digicam stealing full grown marijuana vegetation from a house that has a authorized develop. When the officer informed the boys to cease and present him their arms, one among them took off operating whereas the opposite bought behind the wheel of the van, reversing it via the alley.
The incident right into a police chase the place every time the automobile hit a median, a tree, a parked automobile or a squad automobile, officers would try to get the driving force and he would take off. He, at one level, dragged one of many Wyandotte police officers.
“They pursued this car at speeds in extra of 85 miles per hour via Wyandotte, Ecorse, River Rouge, Detroit and Dearborn,” mentioned Deputy Chief Archie Harrison.
After the van lastly gave out, the person behind the wheel was arrested. It van was stuffed with stolen full grown vegetation.
The suspect is anticipated to be arraigned Wednesday. Police mentioned he’s a 28-year-old man from Detroit on a GPS tether when the incident occurred.
Harrison mentioned this chase is the newest of incidents the place suspects flee and elude the police, which has been taking place in better numbers this summer time.
“There actually must be an enhanced cost to make these folks suppose twice earlier than they run from the police,” he mentioned.
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