‘Bold move’ enables delivery driver to escape accused robber, California cops say

A delivery driver escaped an accused robber by deliberately crashing his truck into a lightweight pole, California police reported.

The crash took place early within the morning of Saturday, April 27, Watsonville police stated in a May 1 information launch.

The 41-year-old driver stopped at a gasoline station a short while earlier when a person pressured his means into the cab, police stated.

The driver continued for a couple of mile, however when the accused robber produced what police say “appeared to be a knife,” he deliberately crashed the truck into a lightweight pole, police stated. Officers known as it a “bold move.”

The driver known as 911, and minutes later, officers arrested Joshua Barcelo, 33, on a cost of armed theft, police stated. No one was injured within the incident.

Watsonville is a couple of 90-mile drive south from San Francisco.

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