During A Police Chase In Los Angeles, A Carjacking Victim Died After Being Dragged By His Vehicle

A carjacking victim died Thursday in Inglewood, California. After drags into a police chase by a homicide suspect driving his stolen vehicle.

The Los Angeles Police Department issued a press release. The unidentified victim pronounces dead at the scene. After entangled in his seatbelt while being drag from his car by the carjacker. Alongside the vehicle for two miles (LAPD).

According to the LAPD, the suspect, identified as Joshua Reneau, 31, drove for approximately three miles. Before colliding with several police cars and flipping his vehicle. According to the LAPD release, Reneau barricaded himself inside the car for two hours before surrendering to the SWAT team.

He is taken to a nearby hospital. He is currently treated with on first-degree murder charges. Reneau is schedule to appear in Van Nuys court on Monday, October 17.

Reneau pursues by the LAPD and the FBI Fugitive Taskforce for another murder arrest. Arrest warrant in connection with two nearby armed robberies occurred within hours of each other on July 29. It results in three people being shoot, according to police. One of those shoot is dead.

Derek Hall, 28, of West Covina, and Miracole Brown, 20, of South Los Angeles, arrests on Thursday on murder and robbery charges.

Officers allegedly observed Reneau enter the backseat of a sedan. Then drove away from the residence during their surveillance. A marked LAPD vehicle then pursued the sedan until it collided with another car and became disabled.

According to the LAPD, Reneau exited the sedan before carjacking the other vehicle.

The alleged driver of the first vehicle, Jamal Sutherland, 34, identify by LAPD. It is charge with felony evading with no bail. Neosha Reneau, 33, allegedly a passenger arrested on a misdemeanour warrant with a $1,000 bail set.

It’s unclear whether any of those charges done anything wrong. They charged with legal representatives who can speak on their behalf.

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