A crazed Colorado man carjacked three vehicles and led police on a wild high-speed chase this morning. The chase was recorded in shockingly clear quality by a camera in a following helicopter.
According to police, suspect Ryan Stone carjacked a maroon Ford Edge SUV from a Longmont, Colorado gas station this morning. The car had a four-year-old boy inside. Stone sped away with the child, leaving the mother at the gas station.
Stone tore through rush-hour traffic at breakneck pace as police followed. He soon ended up on a nearby highway where he decided it was time to ditch the Ford for another car. Stone rear-ended a minivan and threw the van’s driver out of the car.
He then sped across a median in the minivan before weaving through oncoming traffic on the highway. The chase continued for some time before Stone switched cars again.
To carjack the third car, he side-swiped a woman in a silver Toyota. As the driver pulled over, Stone got out of the minivan and approached her vehicle pretending to mad about the wreck. Stone opened the Toyota’s door and threw the driver to the ground before hopping in and speeding away.
Stone continued to run from police until he crashed into a car at an intersection. He then jumped out of the car and ran from police. He was detained minutes later after failing to jump over a fence.
The child from Stone’s first car-jacking was unharmed and is being reunited with his mother. Stone is wanted on drug charges.