Suspect steals college student’s car, leads police on chase that ends in wreck

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(Credit: Dean Young)

GREENSBORO, N.C. — A high speed chase involving a stolen car ended with a crash in Greensboro Tuesday afternoon.

Police say the suspect stole a car from a college student in the area of West Lee Street and Aycock Street around 12:35 p.m.

Police responded and the chase ensued.

The chase continued down Highway 85 towards Jamestown before returning to Greensboro where the suspect crashed on High Point Road near Farmington Road.

Police say the suspect crashed the vehicle into two cars and a telephone pole.

The suspect then got out of the vehicle and asked someone for a ride, but he was refused.

Police arrested the man and he was taken to the hospital.

The suspect’s identity has not been released.


  • Jethro Bodnick

    High Point cops would surely be good at driving fast since all they do is speed around the city when not responding to calls and get paid for it. Joke is all that dept is for the most part!

      • Jethro Bodnick

        No No…whats funny is that your a fool for not reading the whole thing. Started in High Point and that was the agency whp pursued chase. So your a fool for trying to be funny, but ended up a dummy.

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