Prince George's County Police initiated a chase of a carjacked Jeep Cherokee driven by a 14-year-old boy Monday afternoon.
Police on patrol spotted the Jeep, which they said was carjacked at gunpoint on Nov. 15, and tried to pull it over in the area of Eastern Avenue near Riggs Road.
Police pursued the Jeep after it fled.
The chase went for several miles at varying speeds through neighborhoods in the district.
The Jeep went down Missouri Avenue, past the Fourth District Station, down 16th Street, down North Capitol Street, and out Rhode Island Avenue before ending up in the 3800 block of Harewood Road, NE, where the driver fled onto the campus of Catholic University, according to officials.
The driver was arrested a short time later. D.C. Police from the fourth and fifth districts, along with the D.C. Police Helicopter and Prince George's County Police assisted in the chase.
Police said the chase contributed to a four-car accident, but no injuries were reported.
19 November 2007
PG & DC Police Chase 14-Year-Old Carjacker Through 4th and 5th Districts
No injuries were reported from the 4-car accident caused by the chase...from NBC4: