BOSTON - Police sent one man to the hospital for a mental health evaluation after he allegedly stole a car that was later found rolled over in the Fenway area of Boston Friday evening. State Police allege the Hyannis man, 72, drove the wrong way through traffic after removing the original occupants of the car.
A spokesperson for State Police said they received reports of a car driving the wrong way and running into cars near Storrow Drive in Boston -- though it's unclear if the car was on Storrow Drive.
Update to this afternoon's carjacking incident in Boston; the suspect is identified as a 72-yr old Hyannis man, who "forcibly removed" the occupants of the vehicle before fleeing in it, and crashing it. He will undergo a mental health evaluation...@boston25 pic.twitter.com/nDYaeAUx9W— Bill Sheerin (@AssignGuy) September 7, 2019
Police say the car's owner was carjacked in that area around 4:45 p.m. Friday. Boston Police and Mass. State Police responded to the scene. State Police are investigating charges against the man.
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