Even after ramming a police cruiser with his own vehicle, a
reckless driver in Blair County, Penn., apparently thought he could
run from the authorities. But in the end he couldn't hide from an
armed citizen. The pursuit began shortly after midnight when police
unsuccessfully tried to pull over a car that had run a stop sign.
After an extended high-speed chase, the officer on the scene broke
off pursuit, but police soon found the suspect's vehicle overturned
and unoccupied. Shortly thereafter, the county's 9-1-1 center
received a call about a man attempting to gain entry to a nearby
home, but responding officers were not able to locate him. A few
minutes later, a second call from the residence said that the man
had been found hiding in the basement. Upon arrival police found a
cornered suspect being held at gunpoint by a female resident. He
was positively identified as the driver and taken into custody.
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