Man accused of home invasion, vehicle theft flees police, crashes into utility pole

DETROIT – Suspect charged with breaking and entering a Detroit home, asking for a woman’s guns and car keys, stealing her vehicle and then crashing into a utility pole while trying to escape the police, WDIV Local 4 Reports.

The suspect suffered minor injuries in the crash, according to a Michigan Metro Detroit State Police press release. The police deployed a Taser to arrest him.

Detroit Police responded to the home invasion, kidnapping and the stolen vehicle incident, then called the MSP for assistance at around 8:20 p.m. on Wednesday, January 13.

The stolen vehicle was located using its OnStar equipment, police said. Police caught up with the suspect in the 11 Mile and Dequindre Highways area in Warren. A state police officer attempted a traffic stop, but the suspect fled, starting a short chase, which ended when the suspect crashed into a utility pole in the 11 Mile area. and Parkview Boulevard.

Detroit Police have taken the suspect into custody after deploying a Taser, police said. The suspect sustained minor injuries. No officer or soldier was injured.

The incident is still under investigation by the Detroit Police Department.

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