San Antonio motorcyclist finally caught
A man who taunted San Antonio Police Facebook page last week with a message saying "catch me if you can", has finally been caught and identified.
Police had identified the man as Alberto Rodriguez, 27-years-old, was arrested on 600 block of Karen Lane Monday. The SAPD said they followed the lead on a tip of stolen motorcycle to a home.
A statement from the SAPD's page read:
"Officers with the SAPD REACT Auto Theft Task Force followed a lead on a stolen motorcycle to a home in the 600 block of Karen Lane. Once there, they encountered Alberto Rodriguez, most recently seen posting a video titled "Catch Me If You Can..." On his Facebook page. The stolen motorcycle was recovered as well. Rodriguez faces his currently outstanding felony warrants, a misdemeanor assault warrant, a possibly charges in connection with the stolen motorcycle."
SAPD investigators said that Rodriguez posted the video of which showed him as the motorcyclist rider who was weaving in through rush-hour traffic on I-35, dangerously close to other vehicles with topping speeds up to 100 miles per hour.
Rodriguez had three warrants out for his arrest, including evading arrest, said Police Chief William McManus.
Source: KHOU "‘Catch me if you can’ motorcycle suspect arrested". Bailey McGowan, February 17, 2014