CLEVELAND - A man has been charged in connection to Sunday's robbery-turned hit-and-run on Cleveland's west side.
Brian English, 47, faces charges of robbery and failure to comply in connection to the 7:15 p.m. incident on W. 117th Street and Lake Avenue.
Cleveland police said it all started after the Target on W. 117th Street was robbed. When an officer arrived to the store, they said English took off in a 1960s Lincoln Continental with historic tags.
The officer tried to stop English, but said he continued to flee, striking another vehicle then utility pole before taking off on foot.
English didn't get very far. Officers found him in the 11500 block of Edgewater Drive and used a stun gun to get him to comply with their orders.
The driver of the other vehicle was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.
As English was being taken away, neighbors clapped and shouted "not in our neighborhood."
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