Man Charged With Kidnapping After Police Chase Ends On Stamford Border

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GREENWICH, Conn. -- A Bridgeport man faces kidnapping charges after taking his ex-girlfriend in his car at gunpoint and leading police on a chase that ended at the Greenwich-Stamford border, according to the News Times.

Police arrested Joshua Vega after a pursuit on I-95 south from Exit 9 to between Exits 6 and 5 when he was stopped by nine state police units, according to the article.

Read the full News Times report here.

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jhonnie.walker.378199:

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