19-Year Old Nikiski Resident Arrested In Hit And Run Involving Stolen Vehicle

first_imgFurther investigation revealed the theft of the stolen vehicle was caught on video and Taylor was seen on the video. Taylor was placed under arrest for Vehicle Theft 1, Criminal Mischief 3, Reckless Driving, Leaving the Scene of a Damage Collision, and Misconduct Involving Weapons 5. There were no injuries in the crash and the GMC pickup was disabled. The white SUV was located approximately a mile from the scene of the crash disabled and unoccupied. Taylor was transported to the Seward City Jail. Inside the jail Taylor was found in possession of methamphetamine and marijuana. The white SUV was found to be stolen out of Anchorage. At approximately 9:50am troopers contacted a male walking down the Seward Highway near milepost 39. The male was identified as Job Taylor, 19 of Nikiski. Taylor had a handgun on his person and failed to inform the trooper. Taylor was detained while the investigation continued. Story as aired: Upon arrival, Troopers determined a gray GMC pickup was struck and damaged by a white SUV which left the scene of the crash. Taylor was additionally charged with Promoting Contraband 1 and Misconduct Involving a Controlled Substance 4. Taylor was remanded to the Seward City Jail. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享On Friday, October 13, at 7:42am, Alaska State Troopers responded to milepost 42 of the Seward Highway for the report of a vehicle crash.last_img

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