A fast-thinking tractor trailer driver in Southern California said he stopped with a rig during a police chase when he heard the man was a suspected murder.
Ahmed Shabaan said he was in his heavy truck in the Pomona area, east of Los Angeles, on Tuesday night when he was ordered by police to chase and involve a suspect in the The murder case is blocked and decided to aid The alleged murderer’s pickup while traveling down the road, he told “Hannity”.
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“I saw them chasing him about five blocks before I hit him. I was talking to a friend on the phone. ̵6;Hey, there was a car being chased like 40-50 cops’ like, ‘Yeah, that man is a murderer.’
The police follow-up comes after officials from the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department attempted to confront a murder suspect on Tuesday night.
The suspect followed a sheriff’s staff before climbing onto his pickup truck and drove off, according to Los Angeles’ FOX 11. It was reported that the chase lasted more than two hours before Shabaan’s truck and the suspect’s car collided.
“He turned left, so my intention really was to block all the intersections,” Shabaan explains.
Sheriff officials did not provide further information on the accused cases.
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Police later took the suspect into detention after a pickup truck struck a tractor-trailer, the report said. Chaba was not injured.
The passenger in the car was reportedly said she did not know the driver, who she said was her friend, was a suspect in the murder.
Fox News’ Brie Stimson contributed to this report.