Montgomery County sheriff’s investigators and Clarksville police worked together to catch a carjacking suspect April 25.
Clarksville police officers found a Montgomery County sheriff’s suspect April 24 at about 2 p.m. who was apparently involved in a carjacking incident that happened at about 8:15 a.m. on North Hinton Road.
Police said the suspect, identified as Dustin Williams, 34, abandoned a vehicle that was taken on North Hinton Road and left on foot in the Terminal Road area. The stolen vehicle was a red 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee with license plate number 6K40P4.
Police said Williams then tried to take another vehicle, also in the Terminal Road area, but was unsuccessful and left again on foot in the same area.
Police said Williams was not believed to be armed or a threat to the public.
According to police, Williams was last seen wearing a black shirt, black shorts and an orange beanie cap. He is also believed to not be wearing shoes.
Sheriff’s investigators said based on reports, Williams was possibly last seen in the Sango Road and Highway 41A S. area in a 1996 green Chevy Camaro.
Sheriff’s officials said Williams was charged April 25, but his specific charges weren’t released. The green Camaro was also recovered.
No further information was available.