FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – A Colorado State University student accused of stealing an ambulance appeared in court on Friday morning.

Investigators say Stefan Sortland, an 18-year-old sophomore, stole the ambulance from a parking lot on the Fort Collins campus on Sunday and drove it to Loveland.

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Paramedics went inside a building for about 25 minutes and when they came out, their ambulance was gone.

Police were able to track the ambulance through its GPS system.

Loveland police say the 18-year-old was next to the ambulance wearing the EMT’s safety vest and would not follow commands when they caught up with him.

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They used a stun gun when he started walking towards them. At that time he was clutching a blanket and a box of Wheat Thins.

Sortland also allegedly punched a correctional officer who was delivering a meal.

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Sortland faces several charges including vehicle theft and assault.