FERNDALE, Michigan (NBC News) — A citizen is credited with stopping a suspect fleeing from police in Michigan Friday morning.
Police were doing a random check of license plates and discovered the driver of a Chevrolet was wanted on several warrants and was driving with a suspended license.
When the officer tried to pull over the car the driver took off leading officers on a chase, eventually pulling into a shopping mall parking lot. That’s where the driver of a van drove head-on into the suspect’s vehicle to stop him.
The 26-year-old driver is charged with carrying a concealed weapon, fleeing and eluding third degree, possession of narcotics and driving while license suspended.
The driver of the van was not hurt in the incident.