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Police pursue stolen car, search for suspect in felony hit and run

WOODBRIDGE, Va. — Police are searching for one man after an automated license plate reader found a stolen car and the suspects inside the car fled police and collided with another driver on Dale Boulevard.

From police: 

Vehicle Pursuit | Felony Hit and Run– On November 1 at 11:37PM, an officer was in the area of Bel Air Rd and Saxophone Way in Woodbridge (22191) investigating an unrelated call when the cruiser’s Automated License Plate Reader (ALPR) alerted to a stolen vehicle that was being driven past the officer.

The officer gave a lookout for the stolen vehicle to surrounding officers and was quickly located by another officer traveling southbound on Jefferson Davis Hwy. Officers attempted to stop the vehicle near Opitz Blvd. The driver failed to stop and accelerated away from the officers.

While attempting to negotiate a turn onto Dale Blvd, the driver lost control and struck another vehicle that was driven by a 34-year-old man of Woodbridge. After the collision, the driver of the stolen vehicle, later identified as Dwayne Hakeem WESTFIELD, fled on foot. The passenger, later identified as Adrien D’Lante JACKSON, was taken into custody without incident.

Westfield

Westfield

Attempts to locate WESTFIELD with a police K-9 and helicopter were unsuccessful. Following the investigation, officers obtained warrants for the arrest of WESTFIELD. 

Wanted: [Photo from February 2015]
Dwayne Hakeem WESTFIELD,24, of the 2500 block of Sedgewick Pl in Dumfries
Described as a black male, 5’8’’, 135lbs with black hair and brown eyes
Wanted for felony eluding, possession of stolen property, felony hit & run and driving with no operator’s license

Arrested on November 2: [Identified as the passenger]
Adrien D’Lante JACKSON,24, of 1055 Gardenview Loop #204 in Woodbridge
Charged with possession of stolen property
Court Date: Pending | Bond: $3000 Secured

 

No injuries were reported in the collision.

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