NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police say a female carjacking suspect went on a wild ride Friday.
The incident started at 7 p.m. when 25-year-old Aludein Marks, of the Bronx, allegedly carjacked a gray Mercedes at 74th Street and Fifth Avenue.
Marks then drove toward the FDR, striking two vehicles. Two people suffered minor injuries.
Police say Marks got onto the FDR southbound and struck another vehicle at 42nd Street. She then allegedly carjacked a black Mercedes and continued to drive southbound, striking numerous cars.
Marks eventually got off the FDR near the Brooklyn Bridge and hit a fence around Park Row and Centre Street, where police arrested her.
Police have charged Marks with grand larceny and robbery.