Police chase Humvee stolen from National Guard armory
SANTA ROSA, Calif. (KGO) - A man is behind bars for allegedly stealing a Humvee from the National Guard in California.
Police said he also fired a gun at an empty truck before leading officers on a high-speed chase.
Authorities said it was no easy task getting it back from the person accused of stealing it.
Sonoma County deputies say they received reports that someone in a camouflage Humvee had fired shots at a PG&E truck in Jenner, California. Fortunately, no one was hurt, but the response from deputies and officers was swift.
For more than 25 minutes, officers and deputies pursued the stolen Humvee from Jenner to Penngrove, California, at all sorts of speeds.
Deputies say spike strips were used to stop the man inside the Humvee.
Law enforcement photos show a gun, ammunition and an old Black Sabbath ticket found inside the vehicle.
Sonoma County deputies say the suspect, 34-year-old Anthony Stabile, who is transient, was booked on two misdemeanor warrants and multiple felonies.
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