A Missouri man led police on a wild chase that became a twofer after he stole the police car as well.

Lake Ozark Police have yet to identify the suspect, but say the pursuit began at the Kohl's Store at Eagles Landing Center. Officers say the man took off in a vehicle, leading them on a chase, including a head-on-collision he left the scene of to continue his escape.

Eventually, the department said, his vehicle went over the first layer of a cliffside. LOPD was able to take him into custody, handcuffed him behind his back and shackled his ankles before placing him in the back of a patrol car.

While the scene was under investigation, the suspect managed to get his hands in front of him and break out the cage between the backseat and front of the car. He then took off, stealing the police car.

He went on to dump the vehicle in the Porto Cima neighborhood. He broke into a home and took keys to a watercraft. He was found by officers trying to steal the watercraft when officers spotted him, and then he went on to hide under a dock.

As of today, the suspect, identified as Kenneth Rybolt, is still in custody, facing a slew of charges for the chase that damaged multiple vehicles, including two patrol cars.

Rybolt is facing Miller County charges of:
•First degree assault or attempt – serious physical injury.
•Resisting arrest/detention/stop by fleeing and creating a substantial risk or serious injury/death.
Camden County charges include:
•First degree assault or attempt – serious physical injury.
•Two charges of tampering with a motor vehicle in the first degree.
•Resisting arrest/detention/stop by fleeing and creating a substantial risk or serious injury/death.
•Escaping or attempting to escape from custody while under arrest for a felony.
•Careless and imprudent driving involving an accident.
•Burglary in the second degree.
•Tampering with an airplane/motorboat in the first degree.
•Property damage in the second degree.

“Thankfully, no one was injured in this entire incident. We have two cars with damage,” Police Chief Gary Launderville said.

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