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VIDEO: Active Shooter’s Girlfriend Charges His Car, Yanks Him Out

The girlfriend of an active shooter charged at him on foot to end a vehicle pursuit with police.

Baltimore, MD – A 30-year-old suspect led police on a 20-minute pursuit while shooting innocent people at random, as well as shooting at police on Friday. The chase ended when the suspect’s girlfriend charged him, and yanked him out of the car.

Much of the pursuit was captured on video by a WJZ news helicopter, and showed the suspect firing his guns while fleeing, and the insane takedown of the suspect (video below).

The incident started Friday in connection with a triple-shooting homicide on Thursday night.

Police were in Northwest Baltimore when they stopped a vehicle belonging to the shooting suspect.

The driver stopped, and officers recognized the vehicle as the shooting suspect’s car.

At some point during the stop, the suspect fired at officers and fled in his vehicle, according to the Baltimore Police Department.

The officers pursued the suspect, and during the pursuit, the suspect shot at random people as well as police officers. The suspect’s gunfire was captured on the news helicopter’s camera.

Two citizens were shot during the pursuit, and more were shot at, but not hit.

The suspect finally slowed and then stopped his car, and then out of nowhere a person ran up to the suspect’s vehicle and took him out of the car as he appeared to grab onto them. The suspect was then taken into custody.

The person who charged at the car, and yanked him out, was later identified as the shooter’s girlfriend. Details haven’t been released about how she became involved before running to the shooter.

You can see the takedown below with more after the break:

No officers were shot during the incident. One officer sustained significant leg injuries. One of the shooting victims is in very critical condition.

Baltimore police recovered two firearms from the suspect’s vehicle.

You can see the fully recorded portion of the pursuit with shots fired below:

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