In Montgomery County, Washington, a 19-year-old boy stole a delivery driver's car and then led police on a wild chase through several neighborhoods leaving a path of destruction. The teenager jumped into a Chevy Camaro that a food delivery driver had left running. When an officer found and tried to approach the Camaro, the suspect rammed the officer's cruiser and fled the scene, police said. The teen allegedly rammed another police car and crashed into six other vehicles. The Camaro ultimately overturned about 3 miles from where it was reported stolen. The suspect tried to run but was quickly by officers. He was identified as Demontre Satterwhite-Walker who now faces a slew of charges including motor vehicle theft and first-degree assault. At least no injuries were reported. Wait - DoorDash drivers drive Camaros now? (NBC 4)
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