Man arrested in armed carjacking of DCFEMS ambulance

No one was hurt in the incident, and the ambulance was found afterward

By Leila Merrill

WASHINGTON — A man was arrested Monday in connection with an armed carjacking of an ambulance on Saturday, NBC Washington reported.

A man allegedly got into the back of a DC Fire and EMS ambulance and threatened EMS providers with a gun. They stepped out of the ambulance, and he stole the rig.

No one was hurt. The ambulance was found later.

Isaac Edwards, 34, was arrested and charged with armed carjacking, D.C. police announced.


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