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A New York man is facing a list of charges after going on a mayhem streak.

Multiple police agencies and fire departments got involved when 19-year-old Markus Rosien allegedly crashed two vehicles, stole a car, broke into a home, and repeatedly ran from cops.

A car and pickup truck were left fully engulfed in flames at one point. Rosien, who played varsity quarterback for the Taconic Hills Titans, broke through a cop car’s plexiglass window and ran away while in handcuffs. That’s when he broke into a home and took yet another car.

He was cuffed again and almost escaped from that police car. He’s in a nice, comfy jail cell now.

Source: HudsonValley360