Man arrested after plowing into police cruisers with wife and baby in car

Anthony Cameron (Photo: Bridgeport Police)

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (WTNH) – A man is facing a long list of charges after police say he plowed into two Bridgeport police cruisers, while trying to get away from police after another crash.  Around 11:30 Monday morning, Bridgeport police say came across a car wreck on Golden Hill Street.  A gray Mercedes hit the back bumper of a parked car.  While police were checking out what happened, the Mercedes took off.  There was a police chase.  About ten minutes later, police say the Mercedes hit two police cars and another vehicle on Washington Avenue.  A man inside took off on foot.  Police say he threw off his coat that had pot and cash in the pocket.

A short time later police arrested Anthony Cameron, 25.  They say he left his wife and their two month old baby in the car.

Cameron is facing a list of charges including evading police, endangering his wife and child, and drug possession.  Cameron is being held on $50,000 bond.

 

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