A North Carolina Man is locked up in the Franklin County Jail after authorities say he led deputies on a high speed chase that ended when the stolen Ford F-250 pick-up truck became jammed between two mobile homes.
Matthew Bader, 35, is facing more than two dozen charges, including resisting arrest, failure to comply, possession of drug paraphernalia, receiving stolen property (motor vehicle), and obstructing official business in connection with the September 24th incident.
According to Franklin County Municipal Court documents, a sheriff's deputy was dispatched to Weymouth road on the report of a suspicious person, who ignored demands to exit a truck after it was ordered to pull over.
Instead the suspect drove off.
A chase followed with the truck crashing into a deck attached to a house located in a mobile home park. Bader was arrested by authorities a few minutes after he fled the vehicle.
"My husband is screaming, it's here, it's here," said Cecilia, as she talked about the moment the truck got wedged between the back of their mobile home and a neighbor's front porch on Sullivant Avenue.
Sheriff Officials in Henderson County North Carolina, tell ABC 6/FOX 28 News, the pick-up was reported stolen a few days earlier by a retired North Carolina state trooper.
A woman was also found in the vehicle at the crash scene. Police say she told investigators she got a ride from Bader in North Carolina.