Records detail carjacker's high-speed police chase across Syracuse -

SYRACUSE, N. Y. -- As a woman was unloading groceries at a Syracuse supermarket, a Madison County man threatened her with a knife and stole her SUV so he could go buy crack cocaine, records show. Farley, also reportedly a suspect in the homicide death of an Oneida woman, held a black kitchen knife with a 3-inch blade to the 22-year-old woman and demanded her 2000 Lexus RX300, according to City Court documents filed by Syracuse police. Farley held the knife to Ciciarelli and said "Give me your money and the keys. Farley left in the stolen Lexus. About a half-hour later, officer Daniel Rathbun spotted Farley in the stolen SUV on South State Street, near East Genesee Street, Lt. Eric Carr said, sparking a 3-mile-long police chase. Farley sped through 13 stop signs down South State Street and East Brighton Avenue before he crashed into two vehicles near the corner of East Brighton Avenue and Intrepid Lane. Officers caught up with Farley and tackled him to the ground, but Farley continued to struggle and wouldn't put his hands behind his back. Farley faces felony first-degree robbery, third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, fourth-degree grand larceny and fourth-degree criminal possession of stolen property charges. Source: