Police: Crash ends robber's run from the law



A bank robbery suspect's run from the law ended with a crash in Holly Hill Friday.

It started with a carjacking at the Walmart on Nova Road.

"To see this vehicle literally inverted, dispelling money and bullets and cash along the road surface, it was quite a scene," said Holly Hill Police Chief Mark Barker.

Police said the crash was the aftermath of a crime spree committed by 24-year-old Glenn Neal.

"(Neal) approached a 60-year-old female, who was actually unloading groceries from her car. He produced a handgun, forcibly took the vehicle at gunpoint," said Barker.

From  there, Neal went to a Bank of America, half-a-mile down the road, according to Barker

Surveillance pictures from inside show Neal pointing a gun at the teller, with bank customers laying on the ground.

Police said Neal fled with cash, but they caught up to him on US 1 and set top-sticks in his path.

"When Neal observed the officer on the side of the road he actually aimed that stolen vehicle at him," said Barker.

The officer was able to get out of the way, and the suspect's car clipped the spikes sending it tumbling down the road with money and bullets flying out the windows, police said.

Joseph Delbuono was just opening up his tattoo shop when he heard the sound of metal scraping across concrete.

"The sheriff, and then Holly Hill and Ormond, and I mean they were here quick. Guns drawn quick," said Delbuono.

  Neal was treated at the hospital for injuries from the crash, but they were not life-threatening, according to police.

When  Neal is released he'll be facing several felony charges, according to police.

Police said Neal's 22- year-old brother also faces charges because he was the one who dropped Neal off at the Walmart.