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TitelMan pleads guilty to rampage
Startdatum16.10.2013 15:31 (vor 2538 Tagen)
Man pleads guilty to rampage

An Alberta man who went on a thieving rampage in rush our traffic pleaded guilty on Wednesday to a host of violent crimes.

Darren James Young, 35, of Daysland, about 110 kilometres southeast of Edmonton, was charged with dangerous driving causing bodily harm, hit and run, theft, extortion and two counts of robbery in connection with the wild spree last December. on Dec. 2, 2008, Young approached a man at his home near 109th Street and 67th Avenue and offered to buy his car. The man said no and Young left, but he returned moments later wielding a 72 centimetre long wrench, intent on stealing the car.

The man grabbed a rock and his daughter grabbed a piece of wood, as they prepared to defend themselves.

Young drove off in his own vehicle.

Minutes later, police were called to another attempted vehicle theft at the Petro Canada station at 57th Avenue and 111th Street. The owner of the vehicle hung from the window as Young tried to drive away, and managed to get the keys out of the ignition.

The owner ran back into the store and tossed the keys to the clerk, who hid them under the counter.

Young rampaged briefly in the store, knocking items off of shelves, then fled again.

Next, he pulled over near 63rd Avenue and 122nd Street and accosted a woman in her 50s, yanking on her brown suede handbag. When others motorists stopped to help the woman, Young jumped into a running Jeep Wrangler with a little girl in the passenger seat.

Someone grabbed the girl before Young took off, hitting the Jeep's owner and crushing his pelvis.

Young fled in the Jeep. He weaved through traffic until he caused a three car collision near 114th Street and 77th Avenue, then abandoned the stolen Jeep in the middle of the street.

He jumped into a city service truck and sped away, stopping next at a home near 74th Avenue and 106th Street

He approached an elderly couple who were about to go into their home with their grandchildren in tow.

"What do you want?" the woman asked Young.

"I don't know," he replied.

He drove off again to Whyte Avenue, where he pulled over, got out and approached a woman walking along the street.

Holding a hammer over her head, he demanded her purse, wallet and cellphone. Terrified, she handed them over. When her brother called a short while later, Young told him he was holding his sister for ransom.

Young drove off, parked again, then dashed into a nearby CIBC and tried to get money from the bank machine.

Increasingly agitated, he finally grabbed the throat of the woman depositing a cheque next to him. He tore off a piece of the cheque and ran to the truck, where police almost succeeded in boxing him in.

Intent on escape, Young hit the gas, sped through traffic and over a median, then backed into an elm tree. An officer used his cruiser to pin the truck to the tree and Young was arrested. 相关的主题文章:
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