ST. PAUL, Minn. — The sheriff’s division says a teenage suspect is in custody after they fled officers and crashed into two vehicles whereas going over 120 mph in St. Paul.
The Ramsey County Sheriff’s Division says a deputy discovered a automotive with no license plates on Friday night. The deputy adopted the automotive however the suspect started to flee at 120 mph alongside Maryland Avenue.
Officers tried to use cease sticks, however the suspect went over a hill on Barclay avenue and hit the again of one other automotive. That collision launched the sufferer’s automotive right into a entrance yard. Then, the suspect crashed into one other automotive, at which period it got here to a cease.
The crashes injured two different drivers, the sheriff’s workplace mentioned on Saturday afternoon.
The suspect, a 16-year-old boy, had a gun with him, the sheriff’s workplace says. He has a earlier prison historical past and was unconscious, however respiratory on the scene. He was taken to the hospital.