The Florida Highway Patrol announced the arrest of three suspects who may have been involved in a series of robberies that included grand theft auto.
Dajohn Kemon Reed, 19, Caleb Christopher Reed, 20, and Horace Jerome Ellis, 21, were arrested by FHP on multiple felony charges, including reckless driving, fleeing and eluding, grand theft auto and possession of burglary tools.
According to a news release from FHP, Florida State Troopers received a BOLO (Be On The Look Out) from the Collier Sheriff’s Office on Saturday in reference to a stolen Range Rover traveling east on Alligator Alley.
The stolen Range Rover was later abandoned on I-75 near mile marker 30 in Broward County, and the trio got into a black Mercedes sedan and fled east on I-75.
A short time later, Florida State Troopers observed the Mercedes driving recklessly at a high rate of speed (over 140 miles per hour) and a chase began.
The pursuit ended on I-75 near Flamingo Road on the Davie County side after state troopers performed a Precision Immobilization Technique (PIT) maneuver to stop the car.
FHP also said the trio is suspected of being involved in a series of robberies and vehicle thefts throughout Southwest and Southeast Florida and may be wanted by multiple agencies.
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