Cocaine found in vehicle that damaged four police cars
Ramon Conchas-Escobedo, 33, of Asheboro
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Authorities said two kilos of cocaine were found in a pickup truck that fled Greensboro police Monday, damaging four unmarked police cars and causing minor injuries to three officers.
Ramon Conchas-Escobedo, 33, of Asheboro, was arrested after police said they received a tip he was transporting drugs into the city.
Police said they tried a roadblock on High Point Road near South Holden Road around 4:19 p.m. and the suspect accelerated and struck four unmarked police cars, including one head-on.
Greensboro police said the suspect then fled and abandoned his vehicle on Groometown Road near the overpass entrance to I-85.
Authorities said he was tracked by a police K-9 to a marshy area inside a perimeter established by Guilford County Sheriff’s deputies and Greensboro police.
Police said the suspect faces multiple felony charges including assault on a law enforcement officer. He was placed in jail on a $1,000,000 secured bond.
Greensboro police said the officers are expected to fully recover.
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