FULTON COUNTY, Ga. - The Alpharetta Police Department confirmed with Channel 2 Action News that a carjacking happened at a church Friday evening.
Police said Jason Taratoot, 31, held the victim at gunpoint and stole a green Kia Soul at St. James Methodist Church.
An officer spotted the vehicle driving southbound on Georgia 400, and when Taratoot refused to stop, a short vehicle pursuit started.
Police ended the pursuit by conducting a PIT maneuver inside the North Springs MARTA Station parking deck in Sandy Springs.
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The suspect attempted to run away, but was stopped by a police canine.
“Our investigation revealed the captured suspect was a wanted fugitive out of Cherokee County,” the department posted on its Facebook page.
The suspect faces numerous felony charges, including aggravated assault, theft of a motor vehicle and possession of a stolen firearm.
No one was hurt and the suspect is now in jail, according to officials.
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