Driver Of Reportedly Stolen Vehicle Resists Arrest, Gets Tased

AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Investigators in Aurora are trying to piece together the details of a crime Monday morning that involved an apparent auto theft, a crash and a Taser used during an arrest.

The incident started just before 6:30 a.m. when someone called 911 about an auto theft at Colfax and Dayton.

Soon afterwards someone spotted a car matching the description and it took off and then crashed at Colfax and Wabash. After that three people ran from the car, according to authorities.

Police said they caught up with the driver and he resisted arrest. Officers used a Taser to subdue him.

There were no major injuries in the incident.

  • Tom McNassor

    I am glad that they cought these dangerous folks, but there are still planty of them out there. I was at the grocery store this morning. I was waiting there, at the parking lot lamp. A car,( black Honda Civic), whipped down Colorado Blvd. The car was going a good one hundred miles an hour. He ran through one black lamp, and continued on to Shotgun Willies.

  • Tom McNassor

    Regarding my comment, I was not the only one at the intersection. Two young women, were on their bicycles. They crossed Colorado Blvd at the intersection, where the guy had whipped through. They were not wearing reflective clothing, and they did not even have lights.

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