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Man who crashed car was following woman

Posted: Aug 10, 2018 4:00 PM Updated:

He crashed and his car burned. Video was captured by a passerby at the scene along the Back Road to Andersen Air Force Base earlier this week. While the driver made it out unharmed, 30-year-old Keith Anthony Cruz is now in jail.

Court documents state he was court ordered to stay away from a woman known to him. Moments leading up to the crash, he was speeding by her, following her vehicle as she drove to work. He then crashed into the concrete pole.

The victim and other drivers assisted with calling 911 and pulling him out of the car.

While being treated by medics, Cruz allegedly ran after the victim but fled into the jungle when police showed up.

He is charged with advanced stalking, terrorizing, family violence, and resisting arrest.

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