Parma police use spike strips during chase on carjacking suspect’s vehicle (video)
PARMA, Ohio (WOIO) - Parma police have released new details about a carjacking that ended in a crash on July 16.
The incident began around 11:25 p.m. on July 15 at the Hummingbird Pointe Apartments. Police said officers were called out after a couple reported their car being stolen at gunpoint, according to a police report.
The report said a victim told police a man wearing a white t-shirt over his head took their dark gray Honda CRV. Police said the victims were a couple and their 22-month-old child.
Officers spotted the vehicle shortly after speaking with the victim, the police report said, and a chase broke out on Ridge Road.
The report said speeds reached 90 MPH, with the pursuit soon ending in a crash at Ridge and Snow roads.
A spokesperson for Parma police said officers took 20-year-old Naikwon A. Hines into custody.
Hines faces charges of aggravated robbery, failure to comply, grand theft motor vehicle, having weapons while under disability, and improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle.
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