Comments Off on Oregon Meth-head, Marvin Walker Jr., 55, who allegedly tried to carjack pregnant woman busted after being fought off by a Good Samaritan bystander

The female bystander stopped Marvin Walker Jr. after he allegedly got into the 25-year-old woman’s car at Eco Car Wash in Portland on Jan. 4, then chased after her as she fled with her 2-year-old son.

A wild-eyed meth-head who tried to carjack a pregnant woman at an Oregon car wash was arrested after being fought off by a Good Samaritan bystander.

Terrifying-looking Marvin Walker Jr., 55, allegedly jumped into the driver’s seat as the 25-year-old was vacuuming her vehicle at Eco Car Wash in Portland on Sunday, Jan. 4.article-carwash-0112

The terrified mom, in fear of her life, grabbed her 2-year-old son who was in the backseat and ran away, according to FOX 29.

Walker — who she said looked “like he wanted to kill somebody” — followed.

“He said, ‘Hey come back here,’ and so I just kept running and then some other girl was there,” the woman, who has not been named, told FOX 29.

Cops say that “other girl” stepped in to yell at the alleged attacker.

Walker then reportedly pushed her up against a car, demanded she give him the keys and threatened to stab her.

But the would-be hero fought him off — and did not suffer any injuries.

Police arrived and Walker was arrested and charged with robbery and coercion.

Walker has been charged with robbery and coercion.

During questioning, he confessed to using meth just two hours before the incident, reports FOX 29.

The alleged victim said it was “a blessing” that the other woman intervened.

“If she wasn’t there, I don’t know what could have happened,” she said.

“I hope he goes away for a long time. We don’t need any more people like that on the streets,” she added.








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