Man arrested after leading police chase, jumping from auto in north Charlotte

Alfred Osborne
April 13, 2018

Shortly after, a responding officer saw a vehicle matching the description of the suspect vehicle.

A 29-year-old man suspected in a St. Paul shooting fled from police on Wednesday, leading them on a 20-minute pursuit. The stop sticks would have flattened the car's tires.

25-year-old Kelsey McCay was arrested after police say he threw away a package containing heroin at a remote spot on Frederick Point Road.

Police sources said the other accused - who are brothers and the owners of the studio - C.M. Dinesan and C.M. Satheesan were suspected of having bigger involvement in the case. When officers arrived, they determined the single gunshot originated from inside the home, rather than from outside. Police also say he led them back to the spot at Frederick Point and they were able to recover the package and its contents.

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Paramedics also treated and transported his passenger to the hospital in stable condition after she sustained an ear injury. The 19-year-old man is described as white with red, curly hair and black rectangular glasses.

He said officers later found some of the computer parts at another location. While the warrant officer was being stripped of his police badges and handcuffed in front of restaurant patrons‚ his only question was: "What's happening now?"

Cota was immediately taken into custody. The handgun from the vehicle and several jewelry items matched items that had been reported stolen recently from a home in Hollister.

Cash and a collection of rare coins were found in the vehicle, but Crump said they didn't belong to him since he had no worldly possessions.

Police said Julius J. Deraway Jr., of 863 Lawrence St., was involved in an argument with his ex-girlfriend at the Bloomfield Garden Apartments at about 9:45 p.m. October 22. Information provided to WeTip may qualify for a reward.

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