Apr 16, 2022
Carjacking In Stockton Ends In Tazing
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STOCKTON (CBS13) — A carjacking in Stockton Friday afternoon ended with the perpetrator being tazed by the police, said the Stockton Police Department.
The incident took place around 4:20 p.m. Friday on East Main Street in the Park District.READ MORE: Man Reportedly Shoots, Kills Stepfather At Sacramento Home
When officers arrived, the suspect refused to surrender, and the officers deployed a taser before taking the suspect into custody.MORE NEWS: Man Arrested For Carrying Loaded Shotgun In Woodland
The suspect was identified as 37-year-old Marcos Morales, who was arrested on charges of carjacking, theft, and resisting arrest.
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Woman tries to reverse Mercedes out of parking spot, jumps out to move blockage – and then things rapidly get worse
SECURITY camera footage captured the moment a woman’s attempt to recover her Mercedes-Benz goes from bad to worse.
We see this video’s woman enter her vehicle and begin driving in reverse.2The calm before the stormCredit: CarScoops
While backing up, the driver pins her Mercedes-Benz against a nearby appliance.
The footage shows the woman exiting her vehicle and attempting to move the machine herself to no avail.
After struggling to relocate the large obstacle, this video’s driver re-enters her car to adjust its angle.
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While the appliance was successfully relocated, this clip’s driver forgot to engage her parking brake.
We see the Mercedes-Benz roll backward after the woman moves the machine, leading to her frantically running toward her car.
The footage shows the driver trying to stop her Mercedes-Benz by holding the vehicle’s driver’s door as the car drifts backward toward an outdoor wall.
Newton’s laws of motion write the ending to this tale as the driver is seen letting go of her luxury sedan before it falls down an embankment and hits a wall.Most read in MotorsWATER U DOING Driver in NYC traffic throws bottle at car and gets an unimaginable responseAUTONOMOUS ANGST General Motors self-driving cars have been in nine hit-and-runs this yearBAD BENTLEY ‘Selfish’ $220K Bentley driver parks on line - but shoppers get the last laughSEA THE LIGHT Meet the underwater robots that will make EVs CHEAPER - and stop child labour
This auto incident clip was initially posted to Reddit with the thread title: “Driving is just too difficult for some people.”
One Reddit user commented: “Guess that Mercedes door brake wasn’t working too well.”
Another Reddit user replied: “Not sure if I’d be more impressed if it did work [trying to stop the Mercedes-Benz by holding the door], or if she managed to rip the door past its natural hinge point.”2Mercedes drifting backward due to disengaged parking brakeCredit: CarScoops