Man Flees Police In Stolen Car, Then Gets Arrested Parking It.


On June 5th of 2020 at approximately 0847 hours, a Plumstead Township Police Officer was conducting a traffic detail in the 5700 block of Easton road, when his license plate reader alerted him that a vehicle traveling southbound on Easton Rd was displaying a stolen PA registration.

When he attempted to stop the vehicle, the driver,who was later identified as Pawel Wojcik of Bedminster Township, pulled over but then fled the area at a high rate of speed. The officer attempted to stop the vehicle but was unsuccessful. At 0914 hours, Officers received a report of a parking complaint in the 3700 block of Jacob Stout Rd in the Carriage Hill development.
Upon arrival, officers found the parking complaint was related to the Infinity that fled from officers previously. Further investigation revealed that the Infinity was stolen. Video surveillance obtained by officer’s shows Wojcik in the area of Rt. 313 and Ferry Rd on foot walking away from the stolen vehicle and carrying a black bag. K-9 Baron from the Central Bucks Regional Police Department, who provided assistance, tracked a scent from the stolen infinity to the CVS located at Rt. 313 and Ferry Rds.
Officers apprehended Wojcik as he was exiting the store where he was taken into custody without incident. Wojcik was arraigned by Magisterial District Judge Gambardella, who set bail at $100,000/ 10%. Wojcik was transported to Bucks County Prison, where he is awaiting his preliminary hearing, scheduled for June 18th, 2020.