Suspect in Armed Carjacking Arrested After Posche 911 Turbo Crashes at End of 100mph Pursuit

The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office released aerial footage showing the high-speed persuit of a Porsche 911 Turbo that ended with the car crashing into another vehicle, a gun being recovered, and a suspected armed hijacker being taken into custody.

The ACSO said the Porsche was driving more than 100 miles per hour during the pursuit on April 28. The car crashed into another vehicle and the driver ran away.

The suspect “was taken into custody all while being watched from the air,” the ACSO said, adding that a gun was recovered and that the victim and others were safe. Credit: Alameda County Sheriff’s Office via Storyful

Video transcript

- Just watching at this point. We're just still trying to catch him, at this point.

- Oh.

- I'm [BEEP] North. Jesus. [BEEP] Alcove 2, if you could give us the air? He's crashing, OK?

[RADIO CHATTER]

He's at the Fremont and Floresta. He crashed. And his wheels are off. He's running, northbound. Kind of like a northeast direction.

[BEEPING]

He's right through a complex, northbound down towards Fremont Avenue.

[RADIO CHATTER]

- 10-4, we'll have firearms.

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