By Danielle Chavira

DENVER (CBS4) – Denver police offered new details about a carjacking that turned into a chase on Saturday night. Officers arrested one person, officers previously said two people. They also say the carjacking started in Wheat Ridge.

Denver police first saw the stolen vehicle at 13th Avenue and Meade Street at around 5 p.m. They say the driver fled from officers who tried to stop the vehicle.

A chase ensued for about 18 minutes and ended near Evans Avenue and Cook Street. Officers say they used a so-called PIT maneuver to stop the vehicle.
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Officers found a male driving and a woman and child in the vehicle who were reportedly held captive. It’s not clear if those victims were in the vehicle at the time of the carjacking or were picked up afterward.

They say no shots were fired, and no one is believed to be injured from where the vehicle was stolen.

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The suspect is now facing auto theft and kidnapping charges.

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Danielle Chavira