ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A man has finally been arrested after allegedly leading officers on multiple chases.
Jose Armijo allegedly escaped in handcuffs from deputies a few months ago.
Earlier this month, a Bernalillo County sheriff's deputy recognized Armijo at his sister's house, and tried arresting him, but Armijo got away.
On Friday, a New Mexico State Police officer saw a stolen car allegedly driven by Armijo speeding down I-25.
A chase ensued and ended at a McDonald’s at Wyoming and Harper.
Police say Armijo ran away along with two passengers. Shortly after, Armijo was arrested and booked into MDC.
He faces a slew of charges, including escaping from custody.
Some brazen thieves made off with a man's prized possession, and now the victim is hoping for some holiday justice. Little did the suspects' know, their entire crime was caught on camera.
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