Amber Alert suspect caught after 3 carjackings, boy safe

Amber Alert suspect caught after 3 carjackings, boy safe

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A man accused of stealing a vehicle with a child inside was caught by police in the Denver area after a total of three carjackings.

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by LAURIE CIPRIANO

KUSA

Posted on March 12, 2014 at 9:39 AM

Updated Wednesday, Mar 12 at 12:37 PM

DENVER - Police arrested, Ryan Cole Stone, 28, the man who stole a red SUV early Wednesday morning with a child inside. The suspect then led police on a chase, ditched the red SUV and carjacked two additional vehicles before crashing.

He fled on foot when police chased him down and

arrested him.

It started around 6:20 a.m. when police were following a red SUV with the 4-year-old boy inside.

He was inside a 2008 red Ford Edge when it was stolen from a gas station in Longmont.

At 7:30 Wednesday morning the suspect jumped out of the red SUV on I-76, forced a driver and passenger out of a gold minivan and took off in the second stolen vehicle.

The 4-year-old boy, Allan Chavarria-Rodriguez, was found safe in the red SUV.

Police began chasing that stolen gold minivan.

Finally, the suspect jumped out of the gold minivan and forced a woman out of a silver sedan. He sped off in his third stolen vehicle of the day.

The suspect crashed the silver vehicle, fled on foot and was caught by police at Peoria and Lincoln.

An officer was hit at E-470 and Chambers. He was taken to Littleton Adventist Hospital with serious injuries.

The people who were forced out of the gold van were taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

Stone was wanted on an arrest warrant out of Arapahoe County for dangerous drugs. He had a long criminal history and served time in prison for menacing and weapons charges. His parents live in Longmont.

Longmont police say that this all started Tuesday when there was an F-350 parked in a man's spot. He called police. When police ran the plate, they realized it was stolen out of Arapahoe County.

Police arrested Julie Pawlak, 19. Pawlak told police that she and her boyfriend Ryan Stone had stolen the truck.
 

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