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Body cam footage shows rough takedown of grand theft auto suspect in Marion County

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K-9 Duder released on grand theft suspect who fled on foot. (MCSO)

Body cam footage shows the rough takedown of a grand theft auto suspect K-9 in Marion County.

The Marion County Sheriff's Office says that on Apr. 30, detectives were conducting a felony stop on a 2004 white Ford 150 pickup truck that was reported stolen when the driver, 43-year-old Daniel Eugene Bolden fled in the stolen vehicle.

Deputies pursued the vehicle with aerial assistance and deployed stop-sticks during the pursuit, which flattened three of the truck's tires. Body cam video shows Bolden pulling the truck off the road, where deputies continued the pursuit on foot.

Deputies say they warned Bolden that if he did not stop, a K-9 would be released.

The deputies' body cam footage also showed K-9 Duder released, catching up with and apprehending Bolden where deputies were able to place handcuffs on him.

Bolden has been charged with fleeing and eluding, resisting without violence, criminal mischief, burglary, grand theft and two counts of petit theft.