Naturally, car theft is a big deal for car owners and the authorities. Well, it even gets worse when a car is stolen with someone sleeping inside. This was the case in Ohio when a car thief identified as 32-year-old Justin Vaughn stole an Audi car with a 19-year-old boy sleeping inside. The incident was made public by Findlay Police Department last Saturday around 1 pm when two people identified as Kharisma Guajardo and Raylon Scott took a 2012 Audi A4 to trade in at Taylor Hyundai.
This is the 32-year-old man who recently stole a car in the U.S with a passenger sleeping inside
Little did the thief know that Scott was actually in the backseat when he drove the car away from the dealership. Fortunately, people were able to quickly notice that the car was missing from where it was parked and tracked to its location. The policemen in charge of recovering the stolen vehicle got real-time updates from Guajardo and Scott.
Scott was updating the authorities with the location of the car and threatening behaviours of the car thief. As a result, Vaughn was spotted by the local police department, who were earlier briefed about a possible car theft from a dealership. The officers on duty spotted the suspect and decided to conduct a search at a traffic stop. As suspected, the man behind the wheel fled knowing fully well that he was about to be busted. Apparently, the driving skill of the police officer that initiated the chase came in handy when he deployed a slow speed vehicle termination technique to disable the car safely on the road.
The police were able to recover the stolen car with the help of Scott who was sleeping inside the Audi
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The suspect who is currently in police custody is facing different counts of offences ranging from motor vehicle theft, aggravated robbery, kidnapping to an attempt to escape from the authorities. Scott, who was sleeping inside the car before waking up to a new reality, only suffered minor injuries. An officer also injured his hand in the ordeal with the car thief.
Meanwhile, below is another shocking video of a different incident where looters drove off with at least 80 expensive cars from a high-end dealership:
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