Escaped Convict Drives Car into Greensboro Home While Running From Police

An escaped convict crashed his car into a Greensboro house before trying to run from police Wednesday.

Greensboro Police got a tip that McKinney, wanted by the US Marshall Service for escaping from a correctional facility, was around the Pinecroft Road/Vandalia Road area. 

Anthony McKinney, 43, didn't stop when he was pulled over by Greensboro police officers when a chase began. McKinney lost control of the car and crashed into a house on the 2400 block of Pinecroft Road. He got out of the car and tried to escape before officers caught up to him.

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McKinney had minor injuries after the crash. There was minor damage to the home and no other injuries were reported.

McKinney was charged with: Felony Speeding to Allude, Hit and Run, Resist, Delay and Obstruct an officer, Driving while License Suspended and Careless and Reckless Driving.

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