SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — A man on parole led Syracuse Police on a chase around Onondaga County after cutting off his ankle bracelet on Thursday, March 23.
Syracuse Police Chief, Joe Cecile, tells NewsChannel 9 his officers suspected Reaquan Wilson, who is now in police custody, threw a handgun and drugs out of his car window.
Wilson was at a traffic stop around 6:52 p.m. March 23, on Erie Boulevard East when he took off in his car. During the chase he dropped the handgun and drugs out of his window. The chase ended on East Fayette Street.
He was then caught with fentanyl, 50 fentanyl pills, crack and molly. No gun was found.
Police have charged Wilson with criminal possession of controlled substances and violating parole.