VIDEO: Bronx carjacker goes on furious float after sticking onto speeding cab
April 29, 2014 - box office
A demented carjacker who clung to a side of a cab and went along for a furious float along a Bruckner Expressway in a Bronx was destitute early Monday, cops said.
Matthew McCorkle, 26, latched on to a hack’s SUV after a slew of unsuccessful attempts to lift open automobile doors and expostulate divided on a Bruckner Expressway about 2 a.m., a declare said.
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The man, who cops pronounced was hopped up, was held on dungeon phone video balancing his feet along a using house and unresolved onto a roof of a cab.
Later, he offset himself on a behind fender while a motorist flashed his puncture lights.
“The male was out of his mind,” pronounced Vlane Carter, 39, who available a incident. “If he fell down, that would have been it for him. He didn’t caring if he lived or died.”
McCorkle hopped off when a motorist strike trade and pounced on his subsequent victim, a 61-year-old male who gathering a 1997 Toyota Corolla, cops said.
He ripped a male from a automobile and gathering off before crashing during East Gun Hill Road, cops said.
McCorkle, who’s been destitute before for rapist possession of a arms and ominous a 36-year-old woman, was arrested on a slew of charges including spoliation and handling a engine car while marred by drugs, cops said.
No one was injured, cops said.
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