A Wisconsin man was arrested in south College Station on Friday afternoon, after he crashed into two cars, and took another at gunpoint.
According to College Station police, they responded to a crash at William D Fitch and the feeder road of Highway 6 Friday morning. It was reported a man ran a red light, and hit two cars, causing one to roll on its side.
Witnesses then said the man who hit them left his vehicle, and approached the driver of a GMC, who stopped to help. The man pointed what appeared to be a handgun at the victim, and stole the pickup. No one was seriously injured in the crash or ensuing incident, the report said.
Officers found the man driving the stolen vehicle on Highway 6 near Harvey Road, where he was stopped and taken into custody. He was identified as 32 year old Daniel Tyler Good of Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
During their search, officers found methamphetamine in Good’s possession. Officers said he was taken to the hospital to treat minor injuries, and resisted arrest afterward.
Good had an outstanding warrant in Williamson County for criminal mischief.
He is in the Brazos County jail with no bond yet set.