ATLANTA - A man is in custody after police say he carjacked a woman and threatened to kill her.
Zachary Shipp was arrested Wednesday. Police say Shipp confronted a woman at a RaceTrac gas station in Paulding County Aug. 8 and asked to use her cellphone.
Police say she gave the phone to him and Shipp smashed it. As the woman went to pick it up, Shipp allegedly got into her car. When the woman tried to stop him, police say Shipp reached for an unknown object from his waist and threatened to kill her.
After being on the run for nearly a week, police were able to track him down in Atlanta. He is in the Fulton County jail and charged with theft by taking, obstruction of law enforcement officers, attempt to commit certain felonies, reckless conduct and erratic lane change
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