It was like a scene from a Hollywood movie, with a 16-year-old teenager driving a Stolen Car at High Speed for around 20 miles from Charlotte to Concord in North Carolina. However, this was no movie and Dahmeune Isaiah Baxter is now in the Mecklenburg County jail facing a series of charges relating to the incident.

Victim robbed in Charlotte and his Honda Accord car stolen

The chase began in east Charlotte, shortly after 7 p.m. on Wednesday evening. According to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, a call was received to advise them a man was in the process of being robbed at gunpoint in Winterfield Place, outside an apartment complex.

During the robbery, the victim was unhurt, but his Honda Accord car was stolen.

16-year-old car thief heads onto the interstate

A short time later, police spotted the stolen car in Morehead Road in West Charlotte and attempted to pull the driver over. However, the driver didn’t stop and headed northbound on I-85. All the while police vehicles were chasing the stolen car but were unable to stop the speeding driver. WSOC-TV reports that DOT cameras showed Baxter weaving through the traffic on I-85, with police close on his tail, traveling at speeds police say reached more than 100 mph.

The vehicle then left the interstate at the George W. Liles Parkway turnoff in Concord. At that time the 16-year-old driver stopped the car and was arrested by police, along with a passenger in the vehicle, in a shopping center near the turnoff.

‘Completely chaotic’ arrest scene was like something out of a movie

A witness to the incident, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told WBTV it was the most action he had seen in Concord for some time.

The witness watched the end of the car chase, calling the incident “completely chaotic.” He said the state police and local police were on the scene, with a helicopter flying over and that it looked like something from a movie. The man watched as police drew their guns as the suspects surrendered into their custody. The witness did add that he was thankful no one was injured in the incident and that the police had kept everyone safe that night.

As reported by the Charlotte Observer, Baxter is now behind bars at the Mecklenburg County jail, facing charges of aggressive driving, speeding, robbery with a dangerous weapon and eluding the police. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department later confirmed that only Baxter is facing charges and the passenger in the car was released from custody. The teenager is reportedly heading to court on Friday.