GLOUCESTER COUNTY, NJ – In an extended rampage on Friday morning, a man from Glassboro caused two accidents in stolen vehicles, among other offenses.
The string of incidents began on Friday when the Glassboro man, 23, kicked several people out of his house, and then himself left after stealing his neighbor’s car.
The suspect, Andrew M. Tolbert, drove the wrong way down State Street in the stolen Ford pickup. This caused a two-car accident and left Honda Pilot overturned, trapping an injured driver.
As bystanders ran to help out the injured victims, Tolbert left the damaged pickup truck and stole a BMW which had been left by one of the good Samaritans. He first tried to take another person’s vehicle, but luckily that driver was able to lock him from the vehicle.
After leaving that scene, he went to a rehab facility, where he exposed himself and sexually assaulted a staff member.
Police officers pursued him from the scene and he crashed through a split-rail fence at Norway Street and Carpenter Street. in the stolen BMW. He crashed head-on into a Ford Escort, ejecting the passenger from that vehicle and overturning the BMW.
He was apprehended at the scene, though he continued to resist arrest, and had racked up a total of 27 charges by the time police were able to take him into custody.
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