A Portland man was arrested Sunday night after he led police on a high-speed chase, crashed and was ejected from his automotive on Interstate 95.
Abdiaziz Dahar, 28, was charged with working after suspension, driving to hazard and failure to offer an accurate title, based on the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Workplace.
Deputies stopped Dahar’s black Toyota Camry on I-95 southbound in Falmouth, close to mile marker 56, after they suspected him of working underneath the affect. He allegedly gave deputies a false title after which fled from the scene.
His rear passenger, a person who wasn’t recognized, tried to get out of the Camry as Dahar took off, however bought caught and was briefly dragged, based on the sheriff’s workplace.
Deputies checked on the person, and discovering him in honest situation, they left him on the shoulder and gave chase. He later hitched a trip from the scene earlier than he may very well be recognized, the sheriff’s workplace mentioned Sunday night time.
Dahar led deputies on a chase with speeds approaching 115 mph, based on the sheriff’s workplace.
He tried to depart the interstate at exit 53, however misplaced management, hit an embankment and the Camry turned onto its roof, ejecting Dahar.
A 3rd man of Lewiston who was a passenger within the automotive was trapped. Deputies freed him, discovered him unhurt and launched him on the scene, the sheriff’s workplace mentioned. The Lewiston man’s identification wasn’t launched.
Dahar was taken to Maine Medical Heart in Portland, the place he was positively recognized and handled for accidents not thought-about life-threatening.
The chase stays underneath investigation.