Stolen Cruiser Involved In 5-Car Crash May Have Been Left Running
July 27, 2010
The Prince George's County (Md.) Sheriff's stolen cruiser that was involved in a high-speed pursuit and five-vehicle crash may have been left running by the deputy, Gazette.net reports.
James Lloyd Robinson III has been arrested and charged for allegedly stealing the vehicle and leading Maryland State Police on a pursuit that reached speeds exceeding 120 mph. The collision ended the chase.
The agency's internal affairs unit is investigating the incident, which involved the deputy firing a shot at the suspect as he stole the vehicle.
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