PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) — Courtroom paperwork are revealing extra particulars about how state troopers and the Arizona Automobile Theft Process Drive have been led to a high-speed pursuit all through Phoenix Thursday afternoon.
Courtroom paperwork says that officers first noticed a person, now recognized as Daniel Cisco, driving a stolen 2022 Ford F-150 truck that was reported stolen earlier within the week on the La Quinta Inn off Interstate 17 and Thomas Street. He left the resort after which returned with a canine. Process drive officers tried to get nearer to him, however Cisco ran off. Detectives say that as he took off, resort workers observed him dropping a gun in a trash can and sped off in a Grey Nissan Frontier truck. As authorities couldn’t get him to tug over, they initiated a pursuit, which lasted about half-hour throughout the better Phoenix space.
Through the pursuit, investigators allege that Cisco drove the incorrect method throughout a number of metropolis streets at over double the posted velocity restrict. Finally, the chase ended when he crashed close to thirty first & Glendale avenues within the Metropolis of Phoenix. Video from Arizona’s Household information drone confirmed the Nissan truck had collided with a black Nissan SUV.
Based on authorities, Cisco additionally had a white substance that examined optimistic for meth in his proper entrance pocket. Contained in the Nissan truck, detectives additionally uncovered 30 units of “jiggle keys,” locksmith instruments used to open locks. Cisco now faces theft, weapon possession costs, drug paraphernalia, and housebreaking costs.
A 77-year-old man was driving the incorrect method on each Loop 202 and I-10, based on Arizona DPS. The person was booked into jail on aggravated DUI costs.
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