Authorities say a Maryland man drove a van into the Susquehanna River following a high-speed chase on Sunday.
Patrolman Kevin Romine of the Newberry Township Police reported that the incident began in Springettsbury Township where authorities received a complaint about a green van driving erratically with a flat tire at around 10:15 a.m.
Romine said that police found the vehicle at Market Street and Route 24, Mount Zion Road. As the officers followed the vehicle, they discovered that it had been reported stolen from Victory Cab Company in Maryland at 9:30 a.m.
Despite the officers' attempts to stop the van, the driver continued through Manchester Township. From there it traveled to I-83 where it eventually exited into the lower end of Newberry Township towards Goldsboro.
Romine reported that the suspect then drove the vehicle straight into the river, where it was submerged in eight feet of water.
The driver climbed onto the roof of the van, and officers say that he wasn't wearing clothing. He then made it to the river bank and was taken to York Hospital for treatment of hypothermia. Police have not determined why he was naked.
Investigators identified the suspect as 23-year-old Raymond Kallenberger of Edgewood, Maryland. He was wanted by Maryland police for a robbery at a 711, as well as the carjacking from Victory Cab Company.
He now faces multiple charges including aggravated assault, reckless endangering, fleeing and eluding, DUI, and reckless driving. Kallenberger was transported to central booking to be arraigned on the charges.
Police are using sonar to search for the still-submerged minivan.
There were no injuries as a result of this incident.