A Minnesota man is behind bars after allegedly stealing a car and repeatedly calling 911 to brag to police that they would not catch him.
Police in Duluth say the 23-year-old man stole the car Friday night, filled up at a gas station and then drove off without paying.
After police received a report of the gasoline theft, an officer spotted the stolen car and tried to pull it over.
But the man sped off, hitting a guardrail and turning off his lights.
Police soon found the car abandoned.
It was then that the man allegedly began calling 911 from a cell phone, telling dispatchers he would not be caught because he was "smarter than the police."
Two hours later, a man called 911 to report a prowler at his home.
Police arrived and found the suspect hiding in a shed.
They arrested him after a short struggle.