After Lorton Man's Car Gets Rear-Ended, Culprit Leads Police on High-Speed Chase
Virginia State Police troopers arrested Juan Carlos Gudiel, of Centreville, as he was fleeing down Stone Road.
A Centreville man faces multiple charges after he tailgated and struck a Lorton driver twice on the Fairfax County Parkway, then sped away from the state troopers who tried to arrest him, police said.
Juan Carlos Gudiel, 25, first rear-ended the 2003 Honda with his 2000 Ford Explorer early Sunday, Fairfax County Police said. He then sped away—but not before the victim, a 24-year-old Lorton man, copied the license plate number and called 911.
Virginia State Police chased Gudiel down I-66, and then onto Lee Highway. He reportedly ran a red light as he turned onto Stone Road. At that point, troopers were able to force him to stop.
State Police charged Gudiel with reckless driving speeding to elude, disregarding a red light, resisting arrest and driving under the influence. Fairfax County officers charged Gudiel with attempted malicious wounding, felony hit and run and driving on a suspended license. He remains in custody at the Fairfax County Adult Detention Center.
The information in this article was provided by the Fairfax County Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.