Wanted man rolls truck into ditch while fleeing deputies, US …

CHESTERFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A wanted man rolled his pickup truck into a ditch while he was fleeing Macomb County deputies and United States Marshals who were trying to arrest him, officials said.

Macomb County[1] deputies and U.S. Marshals said they were trying to arrest a 35-year-old Clinton Township[2] man around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 19. He was wanted for attempted unlawful imprisonment, larceny between $200 and $1,000, and domestic violence, according to authorities.

Officials said they saw the man at a storage unit on 26 Mile Road in Chesterfield Township[3]. Several marked police vehicles waited outside for him to exit.

The man left in a black Ford F-150 pickup truck, heading east on 26 Mile Road. When authorities converged on the truck to try to stop him, he fled, according to officials.

He drove around a marked police vehicle and traveled in the lane of oncoming traffic, authorities said. He tried to maneuver around a marked Macomb County K-9 vehicle, but crashed into it.

The collision caused the truck to roll over through a ditch. It stopped in a driveway just east of the storage facility, off of 26 Mile Road, near Rosell Road.

Both the pickup truck and the Macomb County K-9 vehicle were damaged in the crash.

The K-9 deputy is being treated for minor injuries, and the K-9 is not injured.

Police took the 35-year-old man into custody and brought him to a nearby hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

You can see aerial footage of the crash scene in the two videos below.


  1. ^ Macomb County (www.clickondetroit.com)
  2. ^ Clinton Township (www.clickondetroit.com)
  3. ^ Chesterfield Township (www.clickondetroit.com)

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