So you go to rob someone and go carjacking and get chased by the cops, I guess the best way to end your crime spree is to liberate yourself and be free — considering the fact that you may not be free for long.
A man wanted for armed robbery and a carjacking in Maryland ended a 90-mph police chase when he drove into the Susquehanna River.
Raymond David Kallenberger, 23, led police from Maryland to Pennsylvania Sunday morning and tried to “ram” them twice before taking a nude post atop the sinking minivan in Goldsboro, Penn., the York Daily Record reported.
The high-speed pursuit began after police were notified of a 1997 Plymouth Voyager driving erratically and missing its back tire, according to the York Dispatch. A cab company had reported the minivan missing earlier that day.
The chase lasted more than 20 miles, through three jurisdictions, before Kallenberger landed in about eight feet of water in the Susquehanna River.
- Police Chase Ends with Naked Man Pulled from Susquehanna River (baltimorenewsjournal.com)
- Naked man arrested after chase in central Pa. (philly.com)
- Newberry Township police arrest Maryland man who crashed minivan into the Susquehanna River (pennlive.com)
- Early morning police chase ends in blazing crash (ktbs.com)