A tow truck driver is now facing a criminal charge after Toledo police reported that he pursued and apprehended another individual at gunpoint on Monday in the aftermath of a collision.
At approximately 3:40 p.m., authorities were called to Upton and Central avenues in West Toledo where they discovered Dylan Cannan, aged 30, kneeling on the back of Refugio Montano, aged 49, according to a report.
According to the police report, Mr. Cannan informed law enforcement officers that he had personally observed a “felony hit skip” incident and proceeded to pursue Mr. Montano. In order to ensure public safety, Mr. Cannan brandished his firearm and apprehended Mr. Montano, holding him outside of his vehicle until the police arrived.
According to court records, the incident took place at the intersection of Central and Upton. Additionally, Mr. Cannan allegedly restrained Mr. Refugio by placing him in handcuffs. The records indicate that Mr. Cannan is now facing a felony abduction charge for removing someone from their location.
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