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The Virginia State Police has still not named the suspect, but has now said that the chase covered a total of approximately 60 miles before the driver apparently came to a stop after hitting a curb. At one point, the pursuit took place on Interstate 95, at a maximum speed of about 40MPH.

Yabut was taken into custody Tuesday night, about two hours after police say he drove away from Fort Pickett in the armored personnel carrier.

The vehicle was taken from the Fort Pickett National Guard base in Virginia on Tuesday and was driven at speed through the state capital, Richmond.

The vehicle has been returned to Fort Pickett with no significant damage, officials said. About a half-dozen Capitol Police officers with combat-style rifles were guarding the entrance to Capitol Square.

The driver, who police later confirmed is a soldier, ended the pursuit on his own accord but was not complying with commands, and was tased, state police say.

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In a bond hearing by video conference today, Yabut told a judge that the National Guard was his only source of income.

Video showing the APC driving along city streets stumped the social media. It turned down a state road before heading north along Interstate 95 at top speeds of 40 miles per hour. Police blocked exits along Interstate 95 for the safety of the public during the incident with several people spotting the tank on Route 460 in Dinwiddie, Virginia, and on Interstate 85.

The man, who has not been identified, is being held in custody pending charges. According to the Army's website, the base is home to an "Army National Guard Maneuver Training Center".

Joshua Philip Yabut was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs in addition to being charged with felony counts of eluding police and unauthorized use of a vehicle, police said. Gen. Timothy P. Williams, the adjutant general of Virginia, said in a statement.


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