Man who allegedly stole U-Haul arrested; called police to ask them to stop chasing him
ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. - A man was arrested after allegedly stealing a U-Haul truck and calling police to ask if they would stop chasing him.
KDVR reported the stolen U-Haul was parked at a convenience store when it was found by Adams County sheriff deputies Saturday around 1:40 a.m.
Deputies said the driver sped off when they walked up to the vehicle. KDVR said while being followed down the road: the driver called police dispatch to ask why he was being chased and if deputies could stop.
Law enforcement used a tire deflation device to stop the U-Haul, and the driver was arrested.
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