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GP carjacking suspect captured after California crash

Sep. 15—A person suffered severe accidents and faces felony fees in two states after he allegedly robbed a lady of her SUV at a Grants Go grocery retailer, then later crashed the automobile in a high-speed police chase in Northern California.

Andrew Paul Soliz Jr. is within the Siskiyou County Jail on a string of felony fees after a Tuesday afternoon police chase in a stolen 2008 Hyundai Santa Fe, which Soliz reportedly crashed south of Dunsmuir, in line with a information launch from the Grants Go Division of Public Security.

Grants Go police say that Soliz assaulted two senior residents and took the automobile shortly earlier than 10 a.m. Tuesday exterior the Safeway on Southeast Seventh Road.

At the least one of many victims was reportedly dragged throughout the car parking zone throughout the carjacking, and the SUV’s proprietor and passenger each sustained minor accidents throughout the encounter, in line with police.

At 12:24 p.m. Tuesday, California Freeway Patrol noticed the stolen automobile within the Mt. Shasta space and pursued it. Inside lower than 5 minutes, Soliz allegedly crashed on the freeway and was ejected from the Hyundai.

Soliz was rushed to a close-by hospital, the place he was handled and later launched, in line with Grants Go police.

CHP arrested Soliz on felony fees of evading police, automobile theft, possessing stolen property and violating his parole, in line with Siskiyou County Jail data.

Soliz may even face felony fees in Oregon. Grants Go police have arrested him on fees that embrace second-degree theft and unauthorized use of a motorized vehicle, together with 4 misdemeanor counts of fourth-degree assault.

Underneath Oregon’s Measure 11 regulation, second-degree theft carries a compulsory minimal jail sentence of 5 years, 10 months.