State Police Arrest Suspect in Multiple Carjacking Incidents

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Massachusetts State Police Release -03312014- State Police Arrest Suspect in Multiple Carjacking Incidents
Today at approximately 2pm, Troopers from the Massachusetts State Police Concord Barracks, and troopers from the State Police K9 Unit, apprehended DONALD HALL, 28, of Everett after a pursuit which came to an end on Spring Road in Bedford.  HALL is suspected in numerous carjackings in various communities, which began just after 2am this morning in Haverhill.
Just before 2pm, troopers observed a Toyota Tundra fitting the description of the wanted vehicle on Hall Road in Concord.  When they attempted to stop the vehicle, HALL fled.  HALL subsequently crashed the Tundra on Lowell Road in Concord and immediately carjacked a Ford Flex.  State Police continued to pursue HALL into Bedford, where he subsequently crashed on Spring Road.
He was taken into custody and was transported to Leahy Clinic in Burlington with non-life threatening injuries.  The various incidents over the approximate twelve hour period remain under investigation by numerous police agencies including the State Police, as well as troopers assigned to the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office.  It has yet to be determined when and where HALL will be arraigned on numerous charges.
No further information is available at this time. Please do not call the barracks directly.
Please credit the attached photo to the Massachusetts State Police.
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