GRADY COUNTY, Okla. – 18-year-old Aaron Rhodes has a criminal wrap sheet that goes back years.
In his latest run in with the law, he was caught driving a stolen Mercedes SL 550.
Sheriff Jim Weir spotted the stolen vehicle and attempted to pull him over.
Rhodes then hit the gas and lead deputies on a high-speed chase topping 130 miles an hour.
Eventually Rhodes lost control and crashed into the median.
But the chase did not end there. Deputies say Rhodes then got out of the vehicle and ran for about two blocks before surrendering.
Inside of the crushed vehicle, authorities found $500, a debit car, and a social security card. None of these items belonged to Rhodes, or the owner of the stolen Mercedes. Police say they belonged to another victim who was also missing a laptop.
Rhodes is now facing four felony counts for unauthorized use of a vehicle, two counts of concealing stolen property and attempting to elude and officer.