MARGATE, Fla. – A suspect led deputies on a chase through Indian River County on Wednesday afternoon.
It ended in a crash and ultimately with the suspect in handcuffs.
The Indian River County Sheriff’s Office had been tipped off about a suspect wanted in connection to the stabbing of a doctor in nearby Jupiter.
On Friday, the department released nearly two minutes of video showing the high-speed chase.
The video gives viewers the perspective that deputies had while making their way to the scene.
The sheriff’s office had been contacted earlier in the day by Jupiter police about 28-year-old Nicholas Parchesco, who was wanted for allegedly stabbing a doctor.
Quickly, deputies caught up with Parchesco thanks to their real-time Crime Center.
Parchesco was going north on I-95, where a deputy was on the ready and spiked his tires.
Deputies were then able to catch up to him and surround his car.
Held at gunpoint, Parchesco got down on the ground and was taken into custody.
Back in Margate, Local 10 News stopped by his listed address but no one was home.
Police said no injuries were reported during the chase.
Parchesco is facing multiple charges, including attempted murder.
His bond was set at $100,000 and he’s expected back in court on Nov. 30.