Release according to the Gloucester Township Police Department.
On Friday, March 5, 2021 at approximately 4:02 PM, the Gloucester Township Police Department responded to the area of N. Black Horse Pike for reports of an erratic driver. A GTPD Officer located the vehicle, a silver Chrysler 300 with Pennsylvania registration, stopped on the Black Horse Pike in front of the Dunkin Donuts.
The officer initiated a motor vehicle stop, approached the vehicle, and attempted to engage the driver. The driver then fled at a high rate of speed into a residential area of Glendora.
The driver struck a parked vehicle and a curb on Central Avenue then proceeded onto N. Otter Branch Drive.
The driver then struck a second curb and and stop sign on N. Otter Branch Drive. The driver finally stopped on Eastwood Drive and was approached by a resident. The resident reported that the driver was in a manic state.
The driver was also reportedly in possession of what appeared to be a handgun. The driver fled on foot further into the Glendora area.
A command post was established as additional officers and detectives arrived on scene. Officers continued to search the area in an attempt to locate the driver. During the search a resident called reporting a suspicious person in their backyard hiding in a shed. Officers responded to the 400 block of N. Otter Branch Drive and a brief foot pursuit ensued. The driver was apprehended and transported to police headquarters. At police headquarters, the driver gave a full confession. No firearms were recovered during the investigation and the driver was found to be in possession of a cellular phone. The driver was processed on a criminal summons for eluding, resisting arrest and was issued multiple traffic summonses.