Pasco police officer used their wits and their car to help apprehend a wanted suspect late Wednesday night.

Officers on patrol spotted an SUV driven by 28-year-old Charlie John Suarez, who was wanted on a variety of charges including assault, and felony eluding as well as various misdemeanors. After leading officers on a chase down Oregon Ave. Officer Kierra Peoples used a pit maneuver to spin Suarez's vehicle out of control. It went through the chain link fence at the Coast Crane/Maxim Crane Works facility.

Peoples then followed Suarez's SUV through the hole in the chain link fence, and slammed his vehicle up against a parked crane, keeping from from escaping. She then helped apprehend him and held him down until backups arrived. Other officers, including Franklin County Sheriff's Deputies, surrounded the facility to keep him from climbing the fence.

People's car will need some repairs, but her quick thinking and bold moves helped police apprehend a much wanted suspect! Suarez had been driving dangerously and recklessly during the chase, fortunately no one else was hurt.