Alaska State Troopers say a person broke right into a Wasilla residence early Monday morning, after which fled, main authorities on a excessive-velocity chase.
The incident was first reported to troopers simply earlier than 2 a.m., in accordance with an internet dispatch. A 911 caller said a person had damaged into a house off of Scatters Approach and was threatening the individuals inside with a gun. When troopers arrived, they noticed the suspect leaving at a excessive fee of velocity.
“A visitors cease was tried at which level the car did not yield whereas reaching speeds of 104 mph,” troopers wrote.
Troopers chased the suspect one other 25 miles till spike strips have been capable of cease the car alongside the Palmer-Wasilla Freeway, in accordance with the dispatch. The driving force was recognized as 28-yr-previous Jacob Gearing, who troopers stated was the identical suspect from the house.
In accordance with troopers, Gearing took the gun from the home-owner after breaking in, then pointed it at her and one other individual. Troopers stated he then fled the house with the gun.
Additional investigation revealed the car Gearing had been driving was reported stolen out of Wasilla.
Troopers arrested Gearing and charged him with first-diploma housebreaking, first-diploma eluding, first-diploma car theft, reckless driving, violating a home violence safety order and two counts every of third-diploma assault and second-diploma theft. He’s being held with out bail on the Mat-Su Pretrial Facility, in response to troopers.