Police: 4 suspects arrested in stolen car linked to armed carjacking
The driver of the car that was carjacked was shot according to police he suffered from non-life-threatening injuries
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - Four suspects in a stolen car linked to an armed carjacking that took place earlier this week were arrested Thursday morning.
“This morning, CMPD officers from multiple divisions arrested 4 suspects who attempted to flee from police in a stolen vehicle linked to an armed carjacking and shooting. Around 9:30 a.m., officers received info on a license plate reader hit of a stolen car that was linked to a carjacking with the victim being shot on June 6 in the 5900 block of Monroe Rd,” according to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police.
The victim of the carjacking suffered non-life-threatening gunshot injuries.
“Eastway Division officers attempted a traffic stop on the vehicle, which fled and led officers on a pursuit. The four suspects jumped and ran from the vehicle after a single-vehicle crash in the area of Monroe and Idlewild Road and ran towards an Aldi. All four suspects were arrested without incident,” according to the CMPD.
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