MULLICA TOWNSHIP — Two Philadelphia men were charged Tuesday after allegedly speeding away from a traffic stop and crashing into another car, leaving a 65-year-old injured.
Patrolman Michael Cummings was conducting a traffic stop on a green Toyota minivan near South White Horse Pike and Seventh Street when the vehicle drove off erratically, headed toward Hammonton, police said in a news release.
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Authorities determined the van was stolen from Philadelphia, police said.
The driver of the van, 19-year-old Antonio Villalongo, allegedly caused a head-on crash with another vehicle at Pleasant Mills Road and Route 30 in Hammonton, according to the release.
The driver of the other vehicle, a 65-year-old Hammonton man, suffered moderate injuries, police said.
Two men and one girl got out of the van and ran from the area, police said. But, after a joint effort by Hammonton and Mullica police officers, all were arrested within 40 minutes.
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Villalongo was charged with second-degree eluding resulting in an accident with injuries, third-degree assault by auto and fourth-degree receiving stolen property. He was also issued motor vehicles summonses.
Passenger Kenneth E. Day Jr., 18, was charged with fourth-degree eluding police by flight.
Both were released on summonses pending court.
Charges are pending on a juvenile girl passenger, police said.