He was undoubtedly hauling one thing.
Police in Windham, Maine, arrested a Portland man this week after he led them on a high-speed chase in a stolen U-Haul truck.
And it wasn’t the primary time.
The Cumberland County Sheriff’s workplace reviews that a deputy noticed William Wyman, 41, driving a U-Haul pickup at a excessive charge of pace on Sunday night time and tried to drag him over. Wyman refused to conform and sped up as an alternative. One other officer down the highway then witnessed the car run a crimson gentle and joined the pursuit.
Wyman quickly crashed the truck and was apprehended. The Portland Press Herald reviews that Wyman informed police that he was residing within the pickup, which he’d robbed from the identical U-Haul outlet that he beforehand stole a van from that he ran from the police in on Halloween. That pursuit additionally ended with a wreck and the damage of one other driver.
“Sadly, we cope with lots of the identical individuals on a routine foundation,” Capt. Scott Stewart informed the Press Herald.
“What makes this completely different is these incidents each concerned a stolen U-Haul. What are the chances of two chases in 4 months?”
Wyman was charged with motorized vehicle theft, driving with a suspended license, eluding police and various different site visitors violations. He was launched from custody on Tuesday.
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