Man Tries To Steal Cop Car, Blames 'Batman' Police Say

Pittsburgh police said a man tried to carjack a plainclothes officer near filming for the latest Batman movie — and allegedly told him it was part of the script.

Detective Robert DiGiacomo was in an unmarked vehicle at about 7:15 p.m. Saturday near the intersection of Walnut and Ivy Street in Shadyside, looking for a suspect in an assault.

That’s when police said a man who matched the suspect’s description opened the car door, sat down and told the officer to get out.

The officer drew his gun and ordered the suspect, Micah Calamosca, 21, out of the car. He said the suspect told him he was part of filming for “The Dark Knight Rises” and that taking the vehicle was in the script. Read more

Source: www.wpxi.com



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