He ran over a woman with his sports car in Wildwood. Cops have his car, but still want him.

Authorities in Wildwood are trying to find a 21-year-old man who ran over and injured a woman after the two got into a crash on Memorial Day weekend.

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The unusual incident unfolded when the 56-year-old woman got out of her car after being rear-ended while sitting in traffic on West Rio Grande Avenue around 9:50 p.m. on May 24, Wildwood police announced Sunday night.

She and the driver of the car that hit her, later identified as Dalton Storms, of the Franklinville section of Franklin, Gloucester County, then got into an argument, police said. That led the woman to stand in front of Storms’ Dodge Challenger to try to prevent him from driving away.

Storms had no intention of sticking around, though, according to police. He drove slowly for several feet, pushing the woman before he rapidly accelerated. The woman was pulled under the sports car and run over by at least one of its tires as Storms sped from the scene.

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Date: 2019-06-03T11:34:10.000Z
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Date: 20190404
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Police: Handcuffed teen steals car | Local News – Times

A handcuffed Atlanta teen broke into an elderly woman’s home, stole car keys and took her white Honda CRV, authorities said.

He broke into an 87-year-old woman’s home on Wildwood Lane about 8:15 p.m. and stole her car keys and vehicle, said Maj. Maurice Holmes, Thomasville Police Department investigations commander. The woman used a cane to force Sohan from her home, Holmes added.

Five minutes later, a Thomas County Sheriff’s Office deputy saw the stolen car at the intersection of the north bypass and U.S. 19 North.

‘He initiated a traffic stop. The vehicle fled,’ said Capt. Steven Jones, sheriff’s office public information officer.

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Author: A handcuffed Atlanta teen broke into an elderly woman rsquo s home stole car keys and took her white Honda CRV authorities said
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Multiple warrants served on Webb City woman following vehicle pursuit

WEBB CITY, Mo. ‘ A 24-year-old woman was taken into custody on an array of warrants after she allegedly led Webb City police on a vehicle pursuit Wednesday night.

Webb City police Chief Don Melton said in a news release today that an officer working a missing-person case attempted to stop a Honda sport utility vehicle at 9:47 p.m. on Prairie Flower Road near Falcon Street, but the driver would not pull over. A pursuit ensued southbound into Joplin back through Webb City and into Oronogo before the fleeing vehicle ran over tire-deflation sticks deployed by Oronogo police and became disabled.

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