BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A police pursuit through downtown Baltimore ended in a man being captured in rush hour traffic.

It ended a little before 6 p.m. after a foot pursuit and an arrest.

Police were following a Dodge Challenger as it exited off I-95 into downtown Baltimore onto MLK Boulevard.

The challenger got stuck in traffic and tried to maneuver through the cars, hitting several of them before crashing. The suspect, identified as 26-year-old Dominique Edward, then jumped out of the car to run from officers on foot.

An officer arrested Edward, without incident, a short distance away from the crash in an alley.

Edward was taken to the Central Booking Intake Facility where he was charged with possession of a stolen vehicle, theft, and several traffic violations.

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Comments (3)
  1. Should of tasered the hoodrat! Here is a tip STOP letting these dangerous criminals OUT of jail or put on house arrest which we know means nothing, we know how that goes the last one on house arrest ran down and killed a Balto. County Police Officer! STOP the CRIMINAL REVOLVING DOORS OF OUR JAILS!!!! HOLD THEM ACCOUNTABLE!

  2. WOW!! No big surprise here! HOODRATS A PLENTY!!