McElroy pulled out a handgun and shot one of the men in the stomach and then fired two more rounds at the rest of the group, according to court documents.
Two of the men then agreed to move the truck. As they left the apartment to move the truck, one reportedly pulled out a phone to call for help.
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“Upon seeing this, McElroy pointed his gun at [the man] and took his cell phone,” the affidavit read.
McElory then drove away in his car.
An officer in the area saw the car fleeing the apartment and tried to stop McElroy.
McElroy fled, leading police on a chase for “several minutes” and reaching speeds of 120 mph, according to court records.
“It only stopped when McElroy ran out of gas,” the affidavit read. “McElroy was taken into custody without incident.”