PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- While trying to flee police, a man exited his moving vehicle, but was then struck by his own car, said Portland Police.
Police were called to Sheridan Street Friday morning around 7 a.m. for the report of a suspicious person and vehicle. Police tried to stop the vehicle, but the person drove off, said police.
The driver, Jamie Vandegraaf, allegedly got out of the moving car on Adams Street in an attempt to flee. He was then struck by his own car, but didn't suffer significant injuries, and kept running, said police.
Officers searched the area but couldn't find Vandegraaf. They said he currently has an active arrest warrant for a probation violation. Vandegraaf was charged with robbing a TD Bank in Portland.