A police recap said that FCPD was notified about a stolen Porsche from Arlington County.
Officers in the Tysons Urban Team spotted the car and tried to stop it, but the driver sped off, leading police in a pursuit.
According to the police recap:
The car was found nearby, abandoned. With the help of our helicopter and K9 team, officers found the driver, Michael Louk, 45, of Arlington, hiding in the wood line. Louk was arrested and charged with grand larceny, driving on a revoked license and disregard police signal to stop.
The man had previously been arrested for allegedly stealing a car in Tysons mid-pizza delivery.
Photo courtesy Fairfax County Police Department
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