Stolen Dog Found Safe During Police Chase in Castle Rock, Colorado

During a police chase that started in Thornton and ended in Castle Rock, a stolen dog was found safe in the suspect’s vehicle. The chase began when police spotted a suspected stolen vehicle early yesterday morning. The suspect, identified as Kyle Williamson, led police on a pursuit down to Castle Rock, where he intentionally crashed into a 7-Eleven. During the standoff, Williamson pulled out a gun and was subsequently shot by a deputy. He is expected to survive.

It was later discovered that the stolen vehicle was not the only thing taken by Williamson. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that a stolen dog, named Major, was also in the car throughout the chase and standoff. The dog went unnoticed by deputies at the scene but was later spotted when they reviewed the body camera footage.

Major was found by two Castle Rock women who initially did not connect him to the morning’s violent police chase. They took him to a nearby vet, where it was discovered that he had a microchip. The owner was contacted and it was revealed that Major had been stolen seven months ago. The owner expressed immense gratitude upon learning that her beloved pet had been found.

Surveillance video from the 7-Eleven showed Major in the midst of the dangerous standoff. Despite the chaotic events, the dog miraculously survived. Major has since been reunited with his family, bringing a positive ending to the story. The suspect, Kyle Williamson, is expected to face charges related to the incident.

Author: CrimeDoor

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