Drugged, Disoriented and Disorderly Hospital Spartan Steals Ambulance and Leads Cops on Wild Four-Mile Ride Through Pennsylvania: Authorities

A Pennsylvania man and hospital individual was billed with a ton of crimes-both big and small-on Monday after allegedly leading police on a wild chase in a stolen ambulance while far from sober.
Matthew Wilsoncroft, 38, stands accused of separate counts after being detained Sunday evening by Sandy Township Police.
In accordance with local CBS affiliate WTAJ, the Penn Highlands DuBois individual was allegedly”discovered shocking” along a significant thoroughfare and whining about”the Russians” attempting to assassinate himciting an unnamed witness. When confronted by police, Wilsoncroft was allegedly”sweating profusely” and refused to believe the cop he was conversing with was a member of law enforcement.
Only after 5 p.m. on Sunday, the responding officer allegedly called for paramedics to deliver the fearful man back into the hospital for an examination. Only after 6 p.m., hospital staff dialed 911 and stated Wilsoncroft had murdered the ambulance and left the vicinity.
A three-pronged response staff took to the streets looking for the ambulance and its allegedly erratic driver: Sandy Township Police, DuBois Police, along with Pennsylvania State Police were discharged in a mad dash eventually aided by a second team of paramedics who told police the raised ambulance had almost hit their particular ambulance, the system reported.
According to a probable cause affidavit obtained by The Courier Express, the almost side-swiped EMS crew made that report in 6:16 p.m.. An officer allegedly spotted the lost emergency vehicle just one second later and attempted to parade down it with the typical police method of turning the lights and siren.
That campaign apparently did not work.
Wilsoncroft then allegedly led law enforcement on a four-mile chase. In 6:21 p.m., a separate cop car took the lead position and tried to maneuver the ambulance from the left wing, according to court records. Wilsoncroft allegedly took note by attempting to push the group car off the street as the pass had been made and then attempted to rear end the officer once they had been successfully positioned facing him.
A spike strip was set up shortly thereafter along with also the driver’s side tires had been taken out-but that was not quite enough to halt the ambulance.
Authorities state Wilsoncroft slowed down but continued by altering streets and pushing in the wrong lane. The suspect is alleged to possess almost hit three distinct vehicles, who quickly swerved from the way, in what could have been head-on collisions, police state.
At 6:25 pm, period on the ride was upward; the ambulance supposedly sneaked to the back of a patrol car. The workplace inside then tried to detain the driver who allegedly resisted before being dimmed.
Wilsoncroft was charged with two felony counts of aggravated assault; one felony count of theft by unlawful taking; three misdemeanor counts of recklessly endangering another man; a single misdemeanor count all DUI (controlled substance), fleeing or attempting to elude an officer, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, resisting arrest, public drunkenness, reckless driving, driving while operator’s privileges are suspended or revoked and failure to keep right.
Prosecutors asked a negative bail determination dependent on the alleged hazard the suspect poses to himself and the community. He was arraigned and charged on Monday morning. Bail was set at $100,000.
“All the agencies involved did a marvelous job keeping the public safe and obtaining the pursuit to an end without any further harm to land or any injury,” Sandy Township Police Chief Kris Kruzelak said in a declaration. “All the officers did a really good job. The outcome was the best it can be.”

Have a suggestion we should know?