Metro Police makes use of GPS monitoring to pinpoint automobile theft | information

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – Metro police tracked down a man using GPS technology after stealing a woman’s car Monday morning.

According to police, 32-year-old William Fuqua approached a woman in her car and held her at gunpoint before jumping in and spinning off.

The incident occurred in the Super Mercado off Gallatin Pike North.

Police said they were able to track the vehicle’s coordinates and shut it down, causing it to crash in the area of ​​44th Avenue and Walter S. Davis Blvd.

After a brief chase, officers arrested Fuqua and retrieved the pistol a few meters from the car.

Fuqua is on remand on charges of armed car theft, an escaped arrest and gun possession by a convicted felon.

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