The Driver of a Car That Allegedly Crashed Into an Arcadia 7-eleven Has Been Arrested


On Thursday, a man from Monrovia was arrested after he crashed his car into an Arcadia 7-Eleven. Police in Arcadia says that the accident happened at 6:55 a.m. at the store at 1003 S. Baldwin Ave.

Police say that the man went into the store and made a scene by throwing items at the workers. He then left, got in his car, and purposely drove through the front doors and into the business.

People who were outside the store at the time told the police that employees and customers were there. Police say that the man tried to run away, but store employees and customers caught him until police arrived. No one was hurt, as far as we know.

Police say that the man was arrested on suspicion of trying to kill someone and taken to the Arcadia Police Department, where he was held on $2 million bail.

The investigation was still going on, and anyone with information was asked to call the Arcadia Police Department at 626-574-5151. Case number 22-4977 can be found here. You can give Crime Stoppers information anonymously by calling 800-222-8477.

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