A Maryland man stole a privately-owned five-ton military vehicle from a home and led police on a lengthy police chase through the state of Maryland.
According to CNN, Michael Stevens had just been released from a nearby detention center when he found the vehicle at a Bel Air home and decided to steal it. Stevens then took the 1986 923-A, drove on the I-95 heading to Baltimore, crashed into multiple vehicles, and drove through multiple stop sticks before police were able to stop him.
Police say no one was injured and Stevens was arrested after he tried to run away from a final crash.
Bel Air is near an Army base and old vehicles are often sold off to retired military personnel.
Stevens is being held without bond and faces multiple charges including 1st-degree assault and failing to obey a lawful order.
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