Man in Custody after High Speed Chase
A 19 year old from Petersburg is in custody after leading police and Troopers on a high speed chase through three counties onTuesday afternoon.
Prince Georges County Police stopped Glenn Fuselier, Jr. for having a bogus inspection sticker. He drove off, officers went after him.
Molnar: Prince Georges County Police department contacted Virginia Police to assist in a vehicle pursuit.
State Police Sgt. Tom Molnar explained that the van went into Charles Ctiy County and finally Henrico, getting onto I95 and running into a State Police sargeant’s car.
Molnar: After striking the sargeant’s vehicle, the van struck the jersey wall, overturning onto its roof and coming to rest in the southbound lanes of Interstate 95 at Crater Road.
Inside, with Fuselier, were three small children not related to him. All of them are under the age of four.
Molnar: Those three children along with the operator of the van were transported to Southside Regional Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
State Police have charged him with three felony counts of child endangerment; one count of driving under a suspended license; felony eluding police; felony damage to state property; and felony attempted capital murder, as well as reckless driving and failing to register or insure the van.
Molnar: Charges have also been placed by the Prince Georges County Police Department for improper registration and possession of a counterfeit inspection sticker.
John Ogle, WCVE News